Why is the school home to 1,100 students?

The students, most of them first-generation immigrants from Mexico, say they’ve been unable to find housing in the Los Angeles suburb.

Many of them are first-time parents.

They’re not getting a fair shot in this new city.

They’ve been stuck in this room for the last few months.

They’ve been trying to find a place to stay and get a place together.

They have no food.

They can’t afford the rent.

They don’t have the money.

They know that this is the only place that they can go.

And the whole thing, I mean, the whole school district has been telling them, that they have to come to the home of the home for a short period of time, so that we can give them a better education.

And that’s what’s happened.

They haven’t been able to go to school because of the housing crisis.

The housing crisis is a problem for all of us.

We have to make sure that we have access to housing for our children.

I have a 6-year-old son and he lives in the home where my wife and I have been living.

The only thing I can say to him is that he is a special kid.

He’s very smart.

He has a great heart.

He knows that he has to go home.

I want to keep him there.

But they don’t understand.

And it’s not the first time they’ve come to us and said, You know what, you don’t know what’s going on, and they said, We don’t really know what to do.

This is just a terrible situation.

We can’t get them back in the school system.

The only way that they’re going to be able to come here is if the administration does something about it.

And they need to make a decision now.

What is their answer?

Why are they in here?

And they don