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April 26, 1993 | MIMI KO
To discourage children from bringing weapons to school, La Habra City School District Trustees have tentatively approved an anti-weapons policy. School board members are expected to unanimously approve the second reading of the policy when it comes before them at their May 13 meeting. The new rule would give district personnel the right to confiscate weapons or replicas of them and to suspend or expel students who are caught with them.
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June 11, 1993 | MIMI KO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At 72, Sylvia Gebhart, a security supervisor at La Habra High School whom students and faculty call "Gramma," can still keep order. The great-grandmother does what some describe as one of the toughest jobs on campus. Gebhart, who is in charge of four other campus supervisors, takes no guff. She breaks up food fights and escorts cigarette-smokers and others who break school rules to the principal's office for discipline.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1993 | MIMI KO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At 72, Sylvia Gebhart, a security supervisor at La Habra High School whom students and faculty call "Gramma," can still keep order. The great-grandmother does what some describe as one of the toughest jobs on campus. Gebhart, who is in charge of four other campus supervisors, takes no guff. She breaks up food fights and escorts cigarette-smokers and others who break school rules to the principal's office for discipline.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1993 | MIMI KO
To discourage children from bringing weapons to school, La Habra City School District Trustees have tentatively approved an anti-weapons policy. School board members are expected to unanimously approve the second reading of the policy when it comes before them at their May 13 meeting. The new rule would give district personnel the right to confiscate weapons or replicas of them and to suspend or expel students who are caught with them.
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