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February 4, 1991
The school board Tuesday is to decide on a year-round schedule for four elementary schools. The board will choose between a schedule of 60 days of school and 20 days of vacation, or 45 days of school and 15 days of vacation. Either rotation will begin on July 1. District administration is recommending the 60-days-on, 20-days-off schedule for all four of the schools because it will require a minimum number of room changes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1991
The school board Tuesday is to decide on a year-round schedule for four elementary schools. The board will choose between a schedule of 60 days of school and 20 days of vacation, or 45 days of school and 15 days of vacation. Either rotation will begin on July 1. District administration is recommending the 60-days-on, 20-days-off schedule for all four of the schools because it will require a minimum number of room changes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
Gerardo Mouet, who grew up in Tijuana, said that experience gives him insight into the needs of the large immigrant population of the Santa Ana school district, which he was chosen this week to serve. Mouet, 33, who was named to the school board, was born in San Diego but grew up in Mexico. He crossed the U.S. border every day to attend classes at San Ysidro Academy, a private Roman Catholic school. "I witnessed a lot of poverty and suffering," Mouet said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ
Gerardo Mouet, who grew up in Tijuana, said that experience gives him insight into the needs of the large immigrant population of the Santa Ana school district, which he was chosen this week to serve. Mouet, 33, who was named to the school board, was born in San Diego but grew up in Mexico. He crossed the U.S. border every day to attend classes at San Ysidro Academy, a private Roman Catholic school. "I witnessed a lot of poverty and suffering," Mouet said.
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