Jaime Zavala, a 12th-grader at William Daylor High School, signs up for a day care program at the Elk Grove Unified School District Teen Parent Program Resource Fair on Wednesday in Elk Grove. Jaime’s girlfriend is expected to give birth to their baby boy as early as Friday.
Jaime Zavala, a 12th-grader at William Daylor High School, signs up for a day care program at the Elk Grove Unified School District Teen Parent Program Resource Fair on Wednesday in Elk Grove. Jaime’s girlfriend is expected to give birth to their baby boy as early as Friday. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Jaime Zavala, a 12th-grader at William Daylor High School, signs up for a day care program at the Elk Grove Unified School District Teen Parent Program Resource Fair on Wednesday in Elk Grove. Jaime’s girlfriend is expected to give birth to their baby boy as early as Friday. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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