School board approves weather days

Rushin, Cherry
March 2011
Graham Leader;3/13/2011, Vol. 135 Issue 60, p1A
The article reports that Graham ISD school board in Graham, Texas has amended the school calendar for 2011 due to four days of bad weather.


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