Back in 1998, the Union Mine High School in El Dorado was still under construction. El Dorado County is expected to see its school enrollment drop by the highest percentage in the state over the next decade.
Back in 1998, the Union Mine High School in El Dorado was still under construction. El Dorado County is expected to see its school enrollment drop by the highest percentage in the state over the next decade. The Sacramento Bee Chris Crewell
Back in 1998, the Union Mine High School in El Dorado was still under construction. El Dorado County is expected to see its school enrollment drop by the highest percentage in the state over the next decade. The Sacramento Bee Chris Crewell

This California county will see its school population dwindle the most, state predicts

May 24, 2017 4:00 AM

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