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1977 On Jan. 21, approximately 4,000 students did not meet 9 Sandland and Tudjung classes because their parents headed by Sandyman Samm Fertis organized a one-day boycott to complain about the mandatory bus idea. Nearly 35 "concerned moms" picketed three elementary schools as well as the Gleyson High School and Werdugo Hills High School. In May of the same year, Donna Kent, from Sunland-Tujunga, became the president of the local branch of Bustop, a urban group opposed to a bus schedule. He said that his manager managed to provide $ 5,000 to $ 1,000 for holding a monthly lotto, bookmaker and Tupperware party for lawyers. 1980 In August, when the school district was planning to send several students to Pacoimu from the Sunland Elementary School, about 100 parents had organized a protest in the school. The parent, Betty Riv, said that she and others organized the "Yellow Cap" campaign so that the students would not go to school and showed that "our kids are tired of a yellow school bus."

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