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Schools - January 29, 2014

Sequoia district officials prepare to face the music

• High school district may ask voters to approve $225 million bond measure for new facilities.

by Dave Boyce

High school cafeteria. The words go together like pepperoni pizza or grilled cheese sandwich. And yet in the four comprehensive schools in the Sequoia Union High School District, including Menlo-Atherton and Woodside, there are no cafeterias. Students can get warmed-up meals delivered from the district's kitchen in Redwood City, but they eat them in multi-use rooms or classrooms or outside — except when it rains.

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