New Calif. school serves students with disabilities

08/4/2011 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

A new school in Monterey County, Calif., is designed to serve students with severe disabilities. The school includes four specialized classrooms located on the campus of Bolsa Knolls Middle School, where students with special needs will interact with others who do not have disabilities, and those with the most severe disabilities will receive medical treatment as part of a state program.

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