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May 5, 1988 | TERRY SPENCER, Times Staff Writer
A small group of teen-agers stood in front of Nicholas Perikli, mesmerized as he brought to life the basics of the United States Constitution. "Just remember this--Let's Enjoy Jokes Right After School Recess," Perikli told the youths.
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May 5, 1988 | TERRY SPENCER, Times Staff Writer
A small group of teen-agers stood in front of Nicholas Perikli, mesmerized as he brought to life the basics of the United States Constitution. "Just remember this--Let's Enjoy Jokes Right After School Recess," Perikli told the youths.
NEWS
November 26, 1987
Millikan High School has withdrawn its sponsorship of a campus Bible study club after a residents group complained that such sponsorship is illegal. "Sometimes we're put in a position where we'd like to support something because their goals are healthy, but it's against the law," said Ed Eveland, assistant superintendent in charge of secondary schools, who last week ordered Millikan High School to cancel the charter of a campus club called the Bible Study Group.
NEWS
November 12, 1987 | DAVID HALDANE, Times Staff Writer
School district officials threatened disciplinary action this week against several high school cheerleading groups for performing in their uniforms at a church-sponsored rally, despite a recent district edict prohibiting them from doing so. "If (the cheerleaders) didn't get the message, that's one thing," said Ed Eveland, assistant superintendent in charge of secondary schools.
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June 22, 1986 | STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writer
They were the top guns of the Class of 1986, the ones on the podium last week speaking to their classmates on graduation day. As much as their words, however, it was the distance they covered to become class valedictorians and commencement day speakers that delivered the strongest message: There was Korean-born Charles Park who entered Warren High School in Downey four years ago understanding little or no English.
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