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July 13, 1991 | KATHIE BOZANICH
The sale of an 8 1/2-acre school site to be converted into a park will face its final hurdle when the Los Alamitos Unified School District takes up the matter Monday. If the school board approves the sale, an assessment district of Rossmoor property owners will be formed to buy the Rush Elementary School property through a $5-million, 30-year bond. In an advisory election June 25 for the Rossmoor Community Services District, homeowners approved the plan 55% to 45%.
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January 20, 1996 | SARAH KLEIN
To demystify and encourage use of "hypercard" stacking, the World Wide Web and other technologies, school officials are sponsoring a fair today that they hope will draw parents and children from kindergarten through high school. "We thought it would be helpful to let parents know what we have and also what we hope to have for the future," Carol McAllister, principal of Hopkinson Elementary School, said Friday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1996 | SARAH KLEIN
To demystify and encourage use of "hypercard" stacking, the World Wide Web and other technologies, school officials are sponsoring a fair today that they hope will draw parents and children from kindergarten through high school. "We thought it would be helpful to let parents know what we have and also what we hope to have for the future," Carol McAllister, principal of Hopkinson Elementary School, said Friday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 13, 1991 | KATHIE BOZANICH
The sale of an 8 1/2-acre school site to be converted into a park will face its final hurdle when the Los Alamitos Unified School District takes up the matter Monday. If the school board approves the sale, an assessment district of Rossmoor property owners will be formed to buy the Rush Elementary School property through a $5-million, 30-year bond. In an advisory election June 25 for the Rossmoor Community Services District, homeowners approved the plan 55% to 45%.
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