The Cambrian

February 5, 2013 4:55 PM

Committee says it didn't break law in decision on Cayucos student transfer

A San Luis Obispo County schools committee on Monday dismissed allegations that it violated California law in deciding Cayucos high schoolers should continue attending school in Cambria.

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