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Re: Measure E -which schools benefited

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  • Francie
    Measure E was only for DeJean. For decades, the city of Richmond did not have a middle school even though that neighborhood has a significant number of middle
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 11, 2009
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      Measure E was only for DeJean. For decades, the city of Richmond did not have a middle school even though that neighborhood has a significant number of middle school children. It took $40 million to build DeJean, which was a controversial amount at the time. You'll find contributors to this list who still think it was too expensive and others who think that more could have/should have been done.

      About 1/2 of the current Adams 6th and 7th graders live in the DeJean neighborhood.

      Francie Kunaniec
      Teacher Librarian
      Adams Middle

      --- In wccusdtalk@yahoogroups.com, "z8msban@..." <z8msban@...> wrote:
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      > 1998 the first construction bond passes Measure E for $40 million
      > Besides LaVonya DeJean Middle School which schools benefited?
      > it's me okay
      >
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