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ADVISORY/Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante to Dedicate Elementary School in Corona.



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ADVISORY ... for Sept. 29 (Friday Friday: see Sabbath; week.

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--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 27, 2000

Innovative New School Brings Solution to School Crowding Crisis


WHAT:        Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante will be the keynote speaker at a
             dedication ceremony to commemorate the completion of the
             first permanent developer-built public school in the
             state, Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, in the Eagle
             Glen Community of Corona. This innovative school became a
             reality in record time - 13 months. Typically, elementary
             schools take 30-48 months to complete. The school is part
             of the Corona-Norco Unified School District.

             Other honored guest speakers include Congressman Ken
             Calvert and Mayor Jeff Bennett.

WHERE:       Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
             1750 Spyglass Drive
             Corona, CA 92883

             Directions: From the 15 Freeway, take the Cajalco exit
             and head west which turns into Eagle Glen Parkway, turn
             right onto Riviera Drive. The school is located on the
             corner of Riviera Drive and is directly on your left.

WHEN:        11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 29, 2000

BACKGROUND:  Wilson Elementary, which will open in October, is the
             first public school designed and built under Senate Bill
             50 (SB 50) and Proposition 1A, the $6.7 billion school
             bond measure. SB 50 changed the way in which schools
             could be financed and built, allowing developers in new
             communities to negotiate with school districts the option
             of building schools up front with the developer fees.
             This type of venture, like Woodrow Wilson Elementary
             School, is projected to save Californians millions of tax
             dollars and help eliminate school overcrowding.

             The dedication event is being sponsored by The Forecast
             Group, developer of the Eagle Glen community and school,
             and TurnKey schools of America, the company that designed
             and built Woodrow Wilson Elementary in cooperation with
             the Corona-Norco Unified School District. The community
             is invited to the dedication ceremony. Student
             ambassadors of Wilson Elementary School will welcome
             guests.

EDITORS'
NOTE:        Photo and interview opportunities with elected officials,
             executives of The Forecast Group and TurnKey Schools of
             America, Corona-Norco Unified School District
             representatives, teachers, parents and students of Wilson
             Elementary will be available.
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