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Cover Story - May 14, 2014

Election 2014: A quarter-billion for high schools?

• Measure A would raise $265 million for high school classrooms and other facilities.

by Dave Boyce

The coming surge in enrollment at area public high schools, particularly at Menlo-Atherton High School, is the issue driving Measure A on the June 3 ballot. The measure would provide the Sequoia Union High School District with $265 million in school-construction funding to add classrooms and other facilities, including two small high schools — one located in the Menlo Park area — for 300 to 400 students each.

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