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September 13, 2012 12:01 AM

Meeting on request to allow Cayucos teens to attend Morro Bay High is Wednesday

A county committee is expected to receive a report Wednesday, Sept. 19, on a request to have Cayucos high school students permanently assigned to San Luis Coastal Unified School District. Such a move would allow the students to attend a closer campus, Morro Bay High School.

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