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DOE reaching out to Gill-Baza residents

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Department of Education will hold an outreach event for parents at the Gill-Baza Subdivision area to speak about policies, expectations and requirements of students. Administrators from Simon Sanchez High School and F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School, the Yigo Mayor's Office, the FSM Counsul General and the Governor's Office will meet to address these concerns.

Because parents from the area don't have transportation, phone lines or power, DOE felt it was necessary to go to them to talk about policies and consequences and share programs. The event will be held on Wednesday at the Gill-Baza Subdivision beginning at 6pm.

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