Sunnyside High School students help plant a garden at Ayer Elementary School. Sunnyside is one of the schools that benefit from academic-enrichment programs that receive federal funds that are threatened to disappear under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. But Fresno Unified officials say those programs will go untouched.
Sunnyside High School students help plant a garden at Ayer Elementary School. Sunnyside is one of the schools that benefit from academic-enrichment programs that receive federal funds that are threatened to disappear under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. But Fresno Unified officials say those programs will go untouched. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Sunnyside High School students help plant a garden at Ayer Elementary School. Sunnyside is one of the schools that benefit from academic-enrichment programs that receive federal funds that are threatened to disappear under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. But Fresno Unified officials say those programs will go untouched. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Fresno Unified will maintain after-school programs threatened by Trump’s budget

April 04, 2017 03:07 PM

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