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January 18, 1996 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The proposed Sportstown Anaheim project would worsen already bad air quality, add more garbage to rapidly growing landfills and could be a financial burden on local school districts because of new students, according to a report released Wednesday. But the ambitious sports, entertainment, retail and office complex proposed earlier this month for land around Anaheim Stadium could also bring 3,879 new jobs to the city and an estimated 1,530 new residents, the report said.
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September 20, 1996 | TINA NGUYEN and ENRIQUE LAVIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Faced with the challenge of reducing class sizes amid increasing enrollment, at least two county school districts plan to reopen closed schools by next fall in order to lower the number of pupils in elementary classes and thereby qualify for additional state funding. Two other districts also are exploring similar actions to participate in a new state program that awards districts $650 per pupil if they reduce class sizes in kindergarten through third grade to 20 pupils per teacher.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
With enrollment growth projected at 1,000 students a year through the turn of the century, the Anaheim City School District is evaluating its classroom space to figure out how to make room for everyone. In a presentation to school board trustees this week, Maria-Elena Romero, assistant superintendent of business, said of the rapidly growing number of pupils: "It's a scary thought." District enrollment is nearing 19,000, officials said, and there is space for only 19,500.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1996 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The proposed Sportstown Anaheim project would worsen already bad air quality, add more garbage to rapidly growing landfills and could be a financial burden on local school districts because of new students, according to a report released Wednesday. But the ambitious sports, entertainment, retail and office complex proposed earlier this month for land around Anaheim Stadium could also bring 3,879 new jobs to the city and an estimated 1,530 new residents, the report said.
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September 14, 1992 | TERRY SPENCER
Opening day enrollment at the city's two largest school districts jumped more than 4% from last year. Anaheim Union High School District's enrollment rose 6.4%, while Anaheim City School District's enrollment went up 4.8%. Magnolia School District, the city's third largest, saw its enrollment increase by 1.4%. Savanna School District, the city's smallest, opens today and does not yet have enrollment figures.
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February 6, 1995 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
Officials with the Anaheim City School District have approved a plan to accommodate an estimated 825 new students next year, the second such increase in two years. The six-point plan was presented to the governing board last week as a temporary approach to finding classroom space for the students. District officials had hoped to find a more permanent solution to accommodate the new students at its 21 elementary schools, but the county bankruptcy forced the district to find a no-cost solution.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1996 | TINA NGUYEN and ENRIQUE LAVIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Faced with the challenge of reducing class sizes amid increasing enrollment, at least two county school districts plan to reopen closed schools by next fall in order to lower the number of pupils in elementary classes and thereby qualify for additional state funding. Two other districts also are exploring similar actions to participate in a new state program that awards districts $650 per pupil if they reduce class sizes in kindergarten through third grade to 20 pupils per teacher.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
With enrollment growth projected at 1,000 students a year through the turn of the century, the Anaheim City School District is evaluating its classroom space to figure out how to make room for everyone. In a presentation to school board trustees this week, Maria-Elena Romero, assistant superintendent of business, said of the rapidly growing number of pupils: "It's a scary thought." District enrollment is nearing 19,000, officials said, and there is space for only 19,500.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 1995 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
Officials with the Anaheim City School District have approved a plan to accommodate an estimated 825 new students next year, the second such increase in two years. The six-point plan was presented to the governing board last week as a temporary approach to finding classroom space for the students. District officials had hoped to find a more permanent solution to accommodate the new students at its 21 elementary schools, but the county bankruptcy forced the district to find a no-cost solution.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 14, 1992 | TERRY SPENCER
Opening day enrollment at the city's two largest school districts jumped more than 4% from last year. Anaheim Union High School District's enrollment rose 6.4%, while Anaheim City School District's enrollment went up 4.8%. Magnolia School District, the city's third largest, saw its enrollment increase by 1.4%. Savanna School District, the city's smallest, opens today and does not yet have enrollment figures.
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