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October 20, 1995 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Sunland Elementary School teacher was ordered Thursday to stand trial for allegedly fondling several third-grade girls, even though the prosecution was not able to say specifically when the incidents occurred. John Sampson Njoroge, who taught third grade at Sunland until his arrest June 29, will be tried on 15 counts of committing lewd acts with a child. He is accused of fondling six girls over a two-year period beginning in 1993.
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November 22, 1995 | KATE FOLMAR
With fruit taste tests for children and free healthy recipes for parents, Sunland Elementary School became the Los Angeles Unified School District's first "team nutrition school" Tuesday. The event was marked by an appearance at the school by Ellen Haas, federal agriculture under secretary for food, nutrition and consumer services.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995 | KATE FOLMAR
With fruit taste tests for children and free healthy recipes for parents, Sunland Elementary School became the Los Angeles Unified School District's first "team nutrition school" Tuesday. The event was marked by an appearance at the school by Ellen Haas, federal agriculture under secretary for food, nutrition and consumer services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1995 | SHARON BERNSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Sunland Elementary School teacher was ordered Thursday to stand trial for allegedly fondling several third-grade girls, even though the prosecution was not able to say specifically when the incidents occurred. John Sampson Njoroge, who taught third grade at Sunland until his arrest June 29, will be tried on 15 counts of committing lewd acts with a child. He is accused of fondling six girls over a two-year period beginning in 1993.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1993 | ED BOND
Shop Room 43 at Mt. Gleason Middle School is now a library, filling in for the original facility burned by thieves who did $250,000 in damage. "It was the librarian's nightmare," said Nancy Reich, library media teacher at the Sunland school. The fire, which destroyed 11,000 books and 300 videotapes, occurred almost two years ago, and only now has the school been able to give students a library again.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1993 | ED BOND
Shop Room 43 at Mt. Gleason Middle School is now a library, filling in for the original facility burned by thieves who did $250,000 in damage. "It was the librarian's nightmare," said Nancy Reich, library media teacher at the Sunland school. The fire, which destroyed 11,000 books and 300 videotapes, occurred almost two years ago, and only now has the school been able to give students a library again.
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