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May 27, 1993
Five San Gabriel Valley school districts have been awarded state grants to provide health services to economically disadvantaged children and their families. The Pasadena and Pomona districts each will receive $400,000 over three years, said Susan Lordi, a county consultant on school health programs. In Pasadena, two schools will divide the $400,000 grant. Cleveland and Madison Elementary schools will use the money to create family service centers, said Cleveland Principal Pam Powell.
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NEWS
May 27, 1993
Five San Gabriel Valley school districts have been awarded state grants to provide health services to economically disadvantaged children and their families. The Pasadena and Pomona districts each will receive $400,000 over three years, said Susan Lordi, a county consultant on school health programs. In Pasadena, two schools will divide the $400,000 grant. Cleveland and Madison Elementary schools will use the money to create family service centers, said Cleveland Principal Pam Powell.
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NEWS
April 29, 1993
A proposal to close two schools in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District to help balance an $88-million budget has been shelved under pressure from parents and three school board members. As part of a $2.2-million package of spending cuts, the Board of Education last week considered closing 325-student Wedgeworth Elementary School and 500-student Orange Grove Middle School to save $500,000. A large number of parents quickly voiced outrage at the proposal. As a result, schools Supt.
NEWS
April 29, 1993
A proposal to close two schools in the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District to help balance an $88-million budget has been shelved under pressure from parents and three school board members. As part of a $2.2-million package of spending cuts, the Board of Education last week considered closing 325-student Wedgeworth Elementary School and 500-student Orange Grove Middle School to save $500,000. A large number of parents quickly voiced outrage at the proposal. As a result, schools Supt.
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