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<p>Funds will be instrumental in keeping D.A.R.E. program in place.</p>
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Sheriff’s Benevolent Posse Donates $40,000 to D.A.R.E.

D.A.R.E. program helps kids learn to make good choices in everyday life
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Art of Public Speaking — a Crane Tradition

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Special Needs Project Makes Dyslexia Donation

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Santa Barbara Unified District May Become Basic-Aid Funded and End Some Inter-District Transfers

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Students Preregister to Vote at Santa Maria High School Event

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Santa Maria High School Spanish Honor Society Members Land in Spotlight

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Providence School Names Director of Development

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UCSB Dean’s Lecture to Target Education, Diversity, Democracy

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Status of Cabrillo High School Principal Uncertain as Interim Administrator Named

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Susan Salcido: Promises of A Brighter Future

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Pioneer High Band Raising Funds to March in D.C. Parade

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Chapter One of School Year Opens With a Group Read

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Academy Carnival/Music Fest Supports Scholarship Fund

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Santa Barbara Community Academy Principal Alicia Saballa-Santana to Retire

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Halloween Event Treats Guests to Science, Art, Technology Activities

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Shoes For Students Nonprofit Works To Keep Santa Maria Youths On Good Footing

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Lompoc Homework Club Offers Students Help With Studies

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Kids Go Back to School with Well-Stocked Backpacks

Health

YMCA Weighs in on Challenges of Childhood Obesity

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Anti-drug Poster Contest Addresses ‘What Heroes Do’

Health

Understand Rules for Teaching Students With Dyslexia

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United Boys & Girls Clubs Opens in Buellton

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Learn Rules About School Bus-Pedestrian Safety

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You’ve Got Mail: Deputy Pen Pal Program on Lookout for Young Letter Writers

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People’s Self-Help Housing Helps Kids Get Jump on School Year

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