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  • She dedicated her life to students for 30 years. Now, she's lost her disability funding

    Jenny Weast, a math teacher at Oakmont High School for 30 years, has been a quadriplegic since a skiing accident at age 16. This month, she lost the Medi-Cal funding that has long paid caregivers to get her out of bed, then bathe, feed and dress her each

Jenny Weast, a math teacher at Oakmont High School for 30 years, has been a quadriplegic since a skiing accident at age 16. This month, she lost the Medi-Cal funding that has long paid caregivers to get her out of bed, then bathe, feed and dress her each Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee
Jenny Weast, a math teacher at Oakmont High School for 30 years, has been a quadriplegic since a skiing accident at age 16. This month, she lost the Medi-Cal funding that has long paid caregivers to get her out of bed, then bathe, feed and dress her each Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee

Quadriplegic teacher is so successful that she could lose her caregivers

July 14, 2017 3:50 AM