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April 21, 2007 | Maeve Reston, Times Staff Writer
The financially strapped Val Verde Unified School District in Riverside County may be docked more than $53 million in state school construction money after it allegedly failed to disclose some of the special bonds it issued while the state was paying for the district's new schools, according to state officials.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 2007 | Maeve Reston, Times Staff Writer
The financially strapped Val Verde Unified School District in Riverside County may be docked more than $53 million in state school construction money after it allegedly failed to disclose some of the special bonds it issued while the state was paying for the district's new schools, according to state officials.
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May 10, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A countywide sweep by law enforcement Wednesday led to 400 citations for truancy and daytime-curfew violations, and 37 arrests for other violations, authorities said. The operation, which included the 23 school districts in Riverside County, was undertaken by 214 law enforcement officials, plus authorities from the Riverside County district attorney's office and probation officials. Officials said 367 homes were visited during the morning sweep.
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July 7, 1991 | SAM ENRIQUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Fernando High School students who for years had trouble reading anything more complicated than the TV guide without falling asleep or getting headaches say they can now read textbooks for hours with no problem. Their teacher, reading specialist Jerry Spitz, says colored sheets of plastic placed over the printed page have solved a host of longtime reading problems, such as words that look blurry or seem to move off the page.
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March 21, 2004 | Sandra Murillo, Times Staff Writer
At 9 years old, back when he was still a pudgy fifth-grader, Luis Gaona Jr. made a pretty savvy move. Along with about 7,000 other fifth-graders in Riverside County, Gaona promised the folks at Riverside Community College during a program called Passport to College that he would graduate from high school and go to college. In exchange, the college pledged to pay the fees for every one of those students who enrolled at RCC.
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