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Editor: Could someone from the Langley School Board please tell me why all the elementary schools in the so-called catchment area of H.D. Stafford and Langley Secondary are being forced to send their students from Grades 6 and 7 to a middle school, when the Fundamental elementary school will not be affected.

Does this not seem a little odd? What makes the Fundamental school so special, or is this just a way for the school board to justify keeping the Fundamental program?

Dave Card,

Langley

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