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Schools - May 22, 2013

Too many students, too few seats

• High school district considers enrollment growth and changing neighborhood-school boundaries.

by Dave Boyce

In the Sequoia Union High School District, the status quo could be in for some rough going as an enrollment growth of kindergarten-through-fourth-graders, particularly in Menlo Park, makes its way toward and through ninth grade. District officials have begun a conversation on possible effects on facility use, school choice and neighborhood-school boundaries — a matter of great concern to parents in the Las Lomitas and Ravenswood school districts.

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