TVHS holds town hall meeting, addresses parents’ concerns

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In the months since a Confederate flag painting on a student’s senior parking space at Temecula Valley High School sparked controversy on campus and in the community, followed by racist graffiti directed at one of the students who spoke out against the flag painting, conversations between school administration and students appear to have finally begun to yield results – although perhaps not to the extent that some students have hoped. TVHS Principal Allen Williams addressed parents at a town hall-style meeting in the school’s multipurpose room Tuesday, Feb. 25, and while the conversation was tense at times, it was a conversation. The meeting had been advertised as a meeting between parents and the principal, though a handful of students also showed up. Williams covered stati
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