Classes could be starting later under bill sent to governor

Would not affect Mariposa County as a rural area


Who doesn’t enjoy sleeping in?
In California, thousands of students across the state might have the chance to sleep in every weekday if a bill is signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.
On Aug. 31, California lawmakers voted to ban middle schools and high schools from starting before 8:30 a.m. in an effort to allow adolescent students more time to slumber.
The bill, SB328, was passed by the state legislature and could be signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown. Once the bill is finalized, schools have ...

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