Shoreline Unified School District took its first step toward a broad expansion of programs beyond regular school hours that could encompass everything from mental health services and aftercare to adult education. The district secured a $200,000 state grant to pay the salary of a new Director of Community School, who will help widen the reach of the district’s . . .

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