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  2. Anaheim Hills - Wikipedia

    The community grew quickly and by 1974 the Orange Unified School District had constructed a high school to serve the growing community. In 1990, the city of Anaheim approved several large developments surrounding Weir Canyon Road (East Hills and The Highlands) expanding the community toward the 241 toll road .

  3. Home - Canyon High School

    District Home; Board of Education Agendas ... California Distinguished School 2007. ... Accreditation Container. Canyon High School. 220 S. Imperial Highway, Anaheim ...

  4. Dr. Jonas E. Salk School

    The Magnolia School District and the City of Anaheim recognized the late Mrs. Wallace who served as a Magnolia School District Board Member from 1979 to 2020 by installing a new street sign in front of the Magnolia School District Administration Building.

  5. Danbrook Elementary School

    District Home School Locator School Calendar. Danbrook Elementary School ... Anaheim, CA, 92804 P: (714) 228-3230 F: (714) 228-3230 ...

  6. Desirable neighborhood of Anaheim. Walking distance to Savannah High School, Middle School, Melbourne Elementary School and Tiger Wood (TGR) Learning Lab. Minutes away from Public Transportation, Dad Miller Golf Course and a "Tee Off Course", Several Shopping Plazas, Markets, Restaurants and Churches. Both units underwent an upgrade in October ...

  7. Instantly search and view photos of all homes for sale in 91765, CA now. 91765, CA real estate listings updated every 15 to 30 minutes.

  8. School board elections, 2022 - Ballotpedia,_2022

    Ballotpedia normally covers school board elections in the 200 largest school districts by student enrollment and the school districts that overlap the 100 largest cities by population. However, in 2019, we also covered all school districts up for election in the state of North Carolina.

  9. THEN AND NOW: How Schools and Classrooms Have Changed - Insider

    This 1954 photo was taken on the first day of non-segregated schools for teachers and pupils in the District of Columbia public school system. Ella J. Rice was the only Black teacher in the school. 1955: An integrated classroom in Kentucky posed for a photo.