Four San Diego County school districts will receive funding for emergency repairs from the state, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell announced today. Escondido Union schools will get roughly $1.7 million, San Diego Unified about $1.1 million, Chula Vista Elementary schools $170,000 and Oceanside schools almost $17,000. Roughly $16 million in emergency repair funding was provided to schools statewide, divvied up by the State Allocation Board, which decides how to divide state bond proceeds and other state facilities grants.

EMILY ALPERT

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