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Diamond in Tujunga

Regardless of 9 years, it was said that the change of borders actually led to a reduction in the number of Maclay students as their parents, both white and minor, moved their students to another location, sometimes falsifying addresses, and sometimes even the so-called , where parents claimed that their children live five times within the same school within a week. Los Angeles Times Mike Castro wrote about this circumstance: Mrs. Edna Suzan, Mt. Glyason Junior High said in Sunland that discussions with parents when a fake address was found shows a sharp attitude, sometimes with a knock on the table that they send their child to a younger school. 1977-1981 Buses in the districts The residents of Sandland and Tuchez were first to fight buses for the destruction of schools in Los Angeles.

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