Alternative elementary school has rocky first semester, sixth grade class still wanted

Behaviorial problems may have led some parents to pull their children out

The Las Virgenes Community Learning Center says it wants to add a sixth grade class even though the school has lost 50 students since it began operations.
The alternative kindergarten through fifth grade school opened last September on the campus of A. E. Wright Middle School in Calabasas with seven classes and 154 students. Currently, 96 students attend classes. Another 25 students are affiliated as part of a home school partnership program.
According to one of the sch...

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