Oceanside’s ‘community schools’ initiative to remove education barriers

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A new Oceanside Unified School District initiative is in the works to help remove students’ barriers to education by building stronger connections between school staff and the community.

Mission, Libby and Laurel elementary schools and Jefferson Middle School have become “community schools,” according to a recent announcement on the district’s initiative. The four schools were chosen based on their individual needs.

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