Calif. district gets green light to keep students on campus for lunch

02/22/2013 | Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.)

Officials in a California school district say they support closing a high-school campus during lunch periods. Administrators cite student-involved car crashes and reports of chronic tardiness as key reasons to close the campus. The local school board has approved a plan to transition to keeping students on campus during lunch.

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