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SCHOOLS: Sundaes, taxes and red shirts in the news

By asoglin
Wednesday, August 29th, 2007 at 10:23 am in Schools.

School signSchool headlines you may have missed this week… Some 22 Heritage High students were suspended after a protest against the Brentwood school’s red shirt ban turned riotous. West Contra Costa students face a future without counselors, librarians and touchdowns, after a parcel tax measure failed yesterday. A College Park student is still in serious condition after she was hit by an SUV as she walked to school Monday. Alameda schools are instituting a new wellness policy that mixes nutrition with curriculum. And Byron school officials are trying to boost enrollment by wooing new students with ice cream sundaes.

Ice cream sundaes???

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