Parents push for meeting with school board officials over special needs classrooms -- FULL STORY
SOLANA BEACH, Calif. -- Parents of special needs students are fighting for an emergency meeting with school district officials after seeing the disparity between classrooms at the newly built Earl Warren Jr. High in Solana Beach.
Two portable trailers are currently slated to serve as classrooms for just over 60 special needs students enrolled in the Adult Transition Program, also known as ATP, which prepares teen students with special needs for the real world.
Upset parents are calling on the San Dieguito Union High School District to meet for an emergency gathering at the trailers so teachers and officials can see for themselves the issues caused by the temporary classrooms.
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