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April 24, 2017


There are a lot more things going on at Peoria District 150 than most people know. Right now they are asking one school to have K-2 eat breakfast and lunch in their classrooms, have art and music in their classrooms, and P.E. as well. These poor students will be like prisoners in their school, never being able to be let out of their classrooms. They are going to have difficulties socializing with students outside of their classrooms, let alone the money the district will have to shell out for pest control, maintenance, and personnel to watch the students while they are in the classroom eating lunch. Where are the people standing up for the betterment and well fair of these students? It is really sad what the district is doing to this one school.

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