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After a branch falls in the night, Oak Knoll Elementary School prepares to lose its cherished tree

Original post made on Sep 21, 2023

Throughout Oak Knoll Elementary's 72-year history in Menlo Park, children have cavorted beneath the towering oak tree in the middle of the playground. Then a large limb came crashing down, sealing the tree's fate.

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Posted by LynneF
a resident of Menlo Park: Central Menlo Park
on Sep 21, 2023 at 4:20 pm

LynneF is a registered user.

Let us not forget the lovely oaks that were removed on the other side of campus to make way for the "new" two story building. So sorry to see this one go, but better safe than sorry.
Parent of a Class of 2009 student.

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