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March 6, 1996
A little extracurricular activity in a high school woodworking shop has some El Segundo City Council candidates fuming. Until Monday, nearly 250 campaign yard signs for one of their opponents, Michael Gordon, were being assembled after class by students being paid $4.25 an hour at El Segundo High School. Gordon, who is one of six candidates running for three City Council seats in the April 9 election, said he was approached by two El Segundo High School teachers about putting the signs together.
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January 12, 1996
To accommodate increasing public school enrollment, the El Segundo Unified School District voted Tuesday to consider converting an Oakland Raiders training facility into a school. The board has hired Gillis Architectural Associates to examine the building's condition and estimate the cost of changes that would be needed to open it as a school. According to Supt. Bill Manahan, enrollment has increased from 1,900 to more than 2,400 since 1990.
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March 10, 1991 | GERALD FARIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Already facing a deficit and the possibility of state funding cuts for next year, the El Segundo Unified School District board has earmarked $1 million in tentative spending cuts if the financial situation does not improve. The across-the-board reductions, approved at a special meeting last week, include reducing library book purchases, ending district-paid field trips and eliminating 16 teaching positions and two counseling positions.
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December 30, 1990 | GEORGE HATCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move that could improve the outlook for some South Bay school budgets, an Inglewood Assemblyman has introduced legislation that would boost the ability of small school districts to tap proceeds from the sale of their surplus property. The bill, by Democrat Curtis Tucker Jr., would make it easier for school districts with 5,000 students or less to use property sale proceeds to help offset operating costs, such as teacher pay and book purchases.
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