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April 01, 2014



Has enrollment gone up that much at Cap and down that much at Mills since my kids were in school? It's been a few years, but Cap used to have plenty of room to increase enrollment and Mills was full to bursting. Or is the district hoping that bringing in a charter program at Mills will increase diversity at that campus, similar to how the district sought to stem the loss of students from Cap and to draw students from throughout the district with the IB program?


SMUHSD has decided to allow D.Tech Charter School to co-locate on Mills High School campus.
By attending this meeting, you will make it clear that the Mills HS community WILL NOT allow the District to overlook us or exclude us from decision-making about our collective future.

Thursday, May 8th – 7:00 p.m.
San Mateo Adult School
789 East Poplar
San Mateo, CA 94401

Bruce Dickinson

Listen Stan, you gotta be a little more specific. What is the beef? Would be good to know to galvanize people to attend.

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