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Posted: Monday, January 3, 2011 2:00 am | Updated: 11:51 am, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

Kila School got a little bigger this fall, thanks to the addition of a new classroom.

The 1,250-square-foot room houses special education and Title I students during the school day. After the final bell rings, however, it houses Kila’s Latch-Key (after-school) Program.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          5 comments:

          • emctws posted at 6:18 pm on Mon, Jan 3, 2011.

            emctws Posts: 3

            MfgMan, have you been inside the Kila School? My children go there and it is in need of space. When they have open house, there are literally parents standing outside of the classroom waiting to get in to talk to the teacher. Also when the Principal is talking about 20 to 25 students, that is a ratio to 1 teacher. You read the paper and then you go off your own speculation. Kila school is one of the best schools in the valley. They care about the children and how to make it a better place. It's a tight community and this article is showing how a community is suppose to be. They didn't get the funds, fine they went a different way and didn't give up.

             
          • IMHERE posted at 1:44 pm on Mon, Jan 3, 2011.

            IMHERE Posts: 63

            In the case of The Marion School, it is unsafe. A real fire hazard!!!

             
          • MfgMan posted at 1:40 pm on Mon, Jan 3, 2011.

            MfgMan Posts: 343

            They have been up to 25 students in one class before? That doesn't honestly sound like a serious overcrowding problem...my 4th grader is one of 38 students in his class in San Diego. My middle schooler is one of 34.

             
          • michael posted at 8:28 am on Mon, Jan 3, 2011.

            michael Posts: 525

            It appears this addition is much needed, and who would know better than those who work there, with the children everyday. Taxpayers who would vote against improving the education of our school children are a selfish sort, and not thinking of the children involved ... or in the future of our country.

             
          • james posted at 4:45 am on Mon, Jan 3, 2011.

            james Posts: 516

            this was put in even though the tax payers vote a levy down, goes against the wishes of the community, time to get rid of the school board and prinicpal and put someone in who can follow the mandate of the taxpayers instead of this arrogant bunch!!!!

             

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