Claremont School District Will Create New Special Education Programs With State Aid
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Posted on 11/25/2019 by
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Claremont residents have approved a measure to spend one-time relief money the school district received from the state on three special education programs.

Six hundred and fifty thousand dollars will be used to create an autism program, start an alternative program at Stevens High School, and expand a program that serves students with social and behavioral challenges at an elementary school. 

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