In 2012, students at South Tahoe High School ate lunch in a new student union funded by voter-approved bonds and matching funds. The Brown administration and legislative leaders have been in talks to put a school bond measure on the June ballot.
In 2012, students at South Tahoe High School ate lunch in a new student union funded by voter-approved bonds and matching funds. The Brown administration and legislative leaders have been in talks to put a school bond measure on the June ballot. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
In 2012, students at South Tahoe High School ate lunch in a new student union funded by voter-approved bonds and matching funds. The Brown administration and legislative leaders have been in talks to put a school bond measure on the June ballot. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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