School district wants to close Westfield high and Discovery high schools due to climate change

A new plan from the Westfield, Beverly, Riverdale, Beverly High School District seeks to close the three schools as part of a climate change plan, The Washington Post has learned.

The district is proposing to close all three schools in 2018-19.

It’s the latest move in a nationwide trend of schools closing as a result of climate change, which has forced hundreds of thousands of people to move away from coastal areas.

The decision will be made after a community meeting in September and will include a vote on whether to seek to keep the schools open.

Officials will ask for feedback on the plan before deciding to close, according to a draft of the plan obtained by The Post.

“We are not only facing a rising climate, but also a growing demand for fresh water from the ocean,” said Stephanie Smith, the district’s acting director of community development.

“These are very important communities that are facing some of the most severe impacts of climate disruption and we want to ensure the impact of climate impacts is taken into account.”

Westfield High School, Beverly and Discovery High School are the largest school districts in the country, according for students enrolled in public school and in private schools.

Both are located in the Los Angeles suburb of Brentwood, and each has about 16,000 students.

Westfield is the only school district in Los Angeles County that has not closed, according a district spokeswoman.

The Beverly High District, the most populous of the three, has more than 3,500 students.

Beverly, Beverly’s sister school, is also on the chopping block.

Beverly is home to the Beverly High Tennis Club, which is located on the Beverly campus, and the Beverly-Beverly High School Football Team.

Both schools will be closed for a year.

The plan is not the first time that the Beverly, Westfield and Beverly high schools have been asked to close.

The school district closed Beverly High in 2015 for its first year of construction, and closed Westfield in 2018 for construction of a new facility that will open in 2021.

Beverly High has been closed since 2007.

Beverly and Beverly are located near Los Angeles International Airport.

Westfields was built in 1875.

The high school was built to be the oldest in the city.

Beverly was also built by the Los Angelenos and the district has a rich history.

Westbank, an early school district, closed its doors in 1931 and has since been a charter school for the past eight decades.

Beverly’s campus is a mix of residential, industrial and retail, and a walkable walk to the beach and oceanfront makes it the perfect destination for families to come together.

The community meetings will be held in the spring.

Beverley High, Westfields and Beverly High were not named in the proposal.

Westlake was built at the start of the 20th century and is a high school and an athletic facility.

Beverly County, which encompasses Beverly, the Beverly Hills and Beverly Hills Hills and surrounding areas, includes many neighborhoods and includes Beverly, Malibu, L.A. County, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Orange County, Pasadena, Pomona and Ventura Counties.

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