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Outreach for Yigo subdivisions tonight

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The administrations from Simon Sanchez High School and F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School are hosting an outreach event at the Zero Down and the Gill-Baza subdivisions this evening. Officials are looking to discuss violence and bullying and reach out to families in the area who don't have transportation or phone lines.

Zero Down resident Julie Ramarui has three children who attend public schools and says the outreach event for residents is helpful, saying, "This bullying thing needs to stop and try to get these kids in the same opportunity with their goals in the future."

Officials from the Department of Education are hoping outreaches like tonight's will result in more communication.

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