OUSD Disputes City On Campus Cop

By Linda Harmon

Last night’s contentious three-and-a-half-hour school board meeting started on a bright note with touching speeches from youth Optimist winners, Kevin Griffee and Corrine McGinley, and the discussion of the expansion of the popular Health Science Academy, but soon took a dark turn.  An overflow crowd addressed the board about the possibility of losing funding for two separate programs, a district early infant care center and the school resource officer providing a police officer on the Nordhoff High School campus. The infant care center, A Place to Grow Infant Center, located at Topa Topa Elementary since

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