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San Juan Capistrano

August 08, 2000|Rebecca Harris, (949) 248-2154

Elated by an upturn in Stanford 9 test scores, San Juan Elementary School teachers have called off a federally funded reading-intervention program scheduled to begin this fall.

The scores from this spring's standardized exam, released last month, showed San Juan Elementary drastically improved from last year, when it was one of the Capistrano Unified School District's lowest-performing campuses.

The school's total score jumped 167 points, making it the district's most-improved campus.

The exam rates students in second through 11th grades in reading, math, language and spelling.

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