Tuesday, October 18, 2011

LAUSD Considers Expanding Its Teen Violence Programs

Less than two weeks after a student allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death on a high school campus in South Gate, the Los Angeles Unified board is set to consider expanding teen violence programs districtwide.

The proposal was introduced in August, but is receiving new attention with the arrest of Abraham Lopez, 18, on suspicion of murdering Cindi Santana, 17, after a lunchtime argument at Southeast High School.
Lopez faces up to life in prison with the possibility of parole if tried and convicted. Read more.


  1. That is one good example off teens that aren’t going to do anything good. Just imagine how he murdered a 17 year old girl over an argument. I know we all get mad if we get into arguments but what he did isn’t acceptable. It is really best to spread awareness and conduct teen programs on violence all throughout so that cases like this would not happen again.

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