Santa Maria Joint Union High School District trustees voted 4-0 in January to approve a resolution declaring their campuses “safe havens” for students, regardless of their immigration status. Dr. Carol Karamitsos, board president, called the move “super important for our students, our families and our community as a whole.”
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District trustees voted 4-0 in January to approve a resolution declaring their campuses “safe havens” for students, regardless of their immigration status. Dr. Carol Karamitsos, board president, called the move “super important for our students, our families and our community as a whole.” Janene Scully Noozhawk
Santa Maria Joint Union High School District trustees voted 4-0 in January to approve a resolution declaring their campuses “safe havens” for students, regardless of their immigration status. Dr. Carol Karamitsos, board president, called the move “super important for our students, our families and our community as a whole.” Janene Scully Noozhawk

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