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Reveles: Support public schools system at elections

Fri, May 11, 2018 - 10:39 AM

Posted by Carolyn Gordon in Education

An undeniable take-away from recent events is that working for public policy change at the state legislature is a long-term and unsure process.

Three years ago, the Apache Junction Unified School District faced an ongoing fiscal challenge that led to the closing of the Superstition Mountain Elementary School.

The school closure was an extreme measure and one that convinced a small group of concerned citizens from Apache Junction and Gold Canyon to organize a campaign under the name of Save Our Schools, a name also adopted by other concerned communities.

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