Correction for December 21, 2001

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Summerville Elementary School trustees have not voted on whether to evict Summerville Parent Nursery School from the historic Arastraville School building on North Tuolumne Road as stated in a story Wednesday. An administrative decision was made to raise the schools rent from $100 to $200 starting Jan. 1. Also, the state gives the district about $82,000 for its community day school program, not $61,000. The state deducts money the school receives for the students average daily attendance from the $82,000, which leaves about $61,000 for the program.

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