Changes to the district budget and high school graduation requirements are among agenda topics for tonight’s Lodi Unified School District Board Meeting at 7 p.m. in the James Areida Education Support Center. The board will decide whether or not high school students will be required to take health and driver’s education classes before graduation. This year only, students were not required to take the classes.
As alternatives, the district may offer classes in personal finances and computer literacy.
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