Chrissy Alvarado

Desert Trails Elementary School

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Parent whose children attend Desert Trails Elementary School in Adelanto who opposed the parent trigger petition campaign there

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When parents in Compton tried out the so-called "parent trigger," their petition was thrown out in court.

Is the 'Parent Trigger' Finally Being Given a Chance?

When parents in Compton tried out the so-called "parent trigger," their petition was thrown out in court.

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