Crossing Schools 

Will rearranging McKinleyville's elementary schools save the district, or ruin it?

[slideshow-1] Eight-year-old Lydia Kenyon stepped up to the microphone in McKinleyville Middle School's multi-purpose room, which was packed on this December evening with 200-odd community members -- teachers, students, administrators and parents, many of them upset, many downright angry. As she spoke…

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