Temecula schools in danger of closing
Last updated 10/23/2007 at Noon
The student count is plummeting while the evacuee count is sky rocketing at two Temecula high schools, straining the schools and putting them in danger of closing. Temecula Valley High School and Chaparel High School are acting as evacuation sites for hundreds of displaced people around the border of Riverside and San Diego Counties. Meanwhile, parents are pulling their children out of school.
Monday, the number of absent students was twice as big as usual, and today the number was only slightly higher. Unlike the Menifee Union School District, which is suffering from a similar drop off in...