With close to 50 percent of the students being out of district and a school board trying to lure and retain more out-of-district kids, one might wonder where our community schools have gone.
One neighbor’s kid had a play date with his schoolmate but had to travel to Simi Valley to be with his new out-of-district friend.
Oak Hills Elementary has a “Neighborhood School” sign in front that needs to come down. It’s no longer just a neighborhood school.
The school district co...
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