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THE 6.6 QUAKE : On the Rebound: A Guide to Recovery and Resources : Status Check on Schools : Public Schools (Other than LAUSD)

January 23, 1994

All schools and campuses in the following districts sustained minimal damage and are expected to follow their regular schedules Monday:

* Acton-Agua Dulce Union School District

(805) 269-5999

* Beverly Hills Unified School District

(310) 277-5900

* Burbank Unified School District

(818) 558-4600

* Compton Unified School District

(213) 639-4321

* Culver City Unified School District

(310) 842-4200

* Eastside Union School District

(805) 946-2813

* Gorman School District

(805) 248-6441

* Inglewood Unified School District

(310) 419-2500

* Las Virgenes Unified School District

(818) 880-4000

* Long Beach Unified School District

(310) 436-9931, Ext. 1250

* Lynwood Unified School District

(213) 603-1400

* Newhall School District

(805) 286-2200

* Paramount Unified School District

(213) 602-6000

* Pasadena Unified School District

(818) 795-6981

* South Pasadena Unified School District

(818) 441-5703

* Sulphur Springs Union School District

(805) 252-5131

* Westside Union School District

(805) 948-2669

* Wilsona School District

(805) 264-1111

The following schools and districts sustained damage and expect to restrict some services and classes in the next week:

* Castaic School District

(805) 257-0551

Classes are scheduled to resume Monday.

No structural damage. No estimated damage amount yet.

* Glendale Unified School District

(818) 241-3111

Estimated damage: $750,000

Building damage: Most severe at Glendale and Hoover high schools. Large cracks to one of six columns holding up a roof in front of Glendale High School library. Cracks along a 10-foot-high concrete wall that supports the deck of the Hoover High School swimming pool.

Light fixtures on ceilings fell in 10 classrooms at Crescenta Valley High School in La Crescenta. Water leaks reported in the district's Fremont Elementary and Hoover High schools.

* William S. Hart Union School District

(805) 259-0033

Schools on the southwest portion of the district, Hart High and Placerita Junior High, were the most affected. Damage is estimated at $7 million to $20 million.

Hart High School: A portion of the auditorium ceiling, which contains asbestos, is down; cafeteria floor is buckled; two gyms need extensive repairs; a building that houses 20 classrooms is suspected to have some structural damage; administration building has some structural damage.

Placerita Junior School: Severe structural damage; some broken windows; some light fixtures came down.

Arroyo Seco Junior High School: minor damage.

Bowman Continuation High School: almost no damage.

Canyon High School: minor damage.

District offices: almost no damage.

Sierra Vista Junior High School: minor damage.

Saugus High School: minor damage.

Supt. Walter Swanson will give an update on the William S. Hart Union High School District from 9 to 10 a.m. Sunday on KBET (AM 1220) and Channel 18 on Cablevision.

* Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District

(310) 450-8338

All schools reopening Monday.

* Saugus Union School District

(805) 294-7500

Parents should listen to Channel 6 on King Video and Cablevision or KBET (AM 1220) for updates.

No major damage at any school in the district. No damage estimate.

These schools will reopen Monday:

* Bouquet Canyon Elementary School

* Cedarcreek Elementary School

* Charles Helmers Elementary School

* Emblem Elementary School

* Highlands Elementary School

* James Foster Elementary School

* Rio Vista Elementary School

* Santa Clarita Elementary School

* Skyblue Mesa Elementary School

Rosedell Elementary is expected to reopen Wednesday

* Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese

Some schools sustained heavy damage, while others had minimal damage and some had none. Officials are still assessing the damage and no dollar estimate is available. Parents should call the school site. If no answer, call (213) 251-3300.

The following Catholic schools are scheduled to reopen Monday unless otherwise noted:

* Good Shepherd School in Beverly Hills

* Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks. Open from 8 to 11 a.m.

* Our Lady of Grace School in Encino

* Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School in Sun Valley

* Our Lady of Loretto School in Los Angeles

* Our Lady of Peace School in North Hills

* Our Lady of the Valley School in Canoga Park

* St. Casimir School in Los Angeles

* St. Didacus School in Sylmar

* St. Francis de Sales School in Sherman Oaks

* St. Genevieve School in Panorama City

* St. Genevieve High School in Panorama City

* St. Mel School in Woodland Hills

* St. John Eudes School in Chatsworth, probably on Wednesday

* St. Monica School in Santa Monica, on Jan. 31

The following Catholic schools were uncertain of reopening dates:

* St. Augustine School in Santa Monica

* St. Catherine of Siena School in Reseda

* St. Elisabeth School in Van Nuys

* St. Ferdinand School in San Fernando

* Santa Rosa School in San Fernando

The following Catholic schools will be closed until further notice:

* Alemany High School in Mission Hills

* Mary Immaculate School in Pacoima

* Nativity School in Los Angeles

* Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Santa Clarita

* St. Anne School in Santa Monica

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