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SCUSD Exploring Ideas For Shuttered Schools

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio
 

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

Last night, a district committee presented a number of ideas to the Board of Education.

They include new community centers, a living laboratory community garden, a professional development and business center for the district and a district library storage facility.

Also mentioned were a new charter school, a long-term homeless shelter for women and children and a Boy Scouts facility.

The seven school sites range from three to ten acres each.

The Board of Education will have to take action on the recommendations. 

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