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Sacramento Students Plan Walkouts To Remember Victims Of Parkland Shooting, Protest Lack Of Gun Control

March 13, 2018 | Bob Moffitt | Ezra David Romero

A spokesperson for the Sacramento City Unified School District says students at all 12 high schools are planning walkout activities.

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A Year At Encina: A Retrospective On Insight

July 6, 2017

Following Capital Public Radio’s year-long documentary Year at Encina, multimedia producer Andrew Nixon and Coordinator of Community Schools at Encina Prep Barry Roth discuss the project.

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A Year At Encina

It’s Not Always About The Meal

June 27, 2017 | Marnette Federis

Encina High School’s Cafeteria Supervisor Deborah Luman doesn’t just dole out breakfast and lunch to students. Sometimes, she also gives out advice and hugs.

A Year At Encina

Basketball Game Unites Diverse Encina Community

May 4, 2017 | Steve Milne

Encina Preparatory High School students may have cultural differences with alumni who attended in the 1960s and '70s when the neighborhood was more affluent. But ever year they get together to play a basketball game - the school's biggest fundraiser.

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A Year At Encina: Storytelling Project

April 5, 2017

The staff and students of Encina Preparatory High School deal with extraordinary challenges on a daily basis. Through the #YearAtEncina storytelling project, they share their hopes, dreams and struggles at school and in life.

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A Year At Encina

Sacramento School Sees ‘Advocacy’ As A Stepping Stone To Success

March 16, 2017 | Julia Mitric

After Encina Prep was flagged as a failing school, teachers and administrators re-designed the entire school day around a model known as Advocacy. Five years later, teachers say they see a stronger school community. But test scores remain flat.

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