Nikolai Lasswell, 7, of Woodland eats a snack as he and his grandmother, Helen Pomerleau, wait for his sister, Makayla Lasswell, 11, left, after school at Willett Elementary in Davis on Tuesday. The Lasswells are one of hundreds of families who drive to the Davis Joint Unified School District every school day. A falling birthrate in Davis has opened the door to an increasing number of inter-district transfers.
Nikolai Lasswell, 7, of Woodland eats a snack as he and his grandmother, Helen Pomerleau, wait for his sister, Makayla Lasswell, 11, left, after school at Willett Elementary in Davis on Tuesday. The Lasswells are one of hundreds of families who drive to the Davis Joint Unified School District every school day. A falling birthrate in Davis has opened the door to an increasing number of inter-district transfers. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Nikolai Lasswell, 7, of Woodland eats a snack as he and his grandmother, Helen Pomerleau, wait for his sister, Makayla Lasswell, 11, left, after school at Willett Elementary in Davis on Tuesday. The Lasswells are one of hundreds of families who drive to the Davis Joint Unified School District every school day. A falling birthrate in Davis has opened the door to an increasing number of inter-district transfers. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

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Lack of kids in Davis fuels K-12 transfers from outside the school district

March 17, 2017 10:00 PM

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