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What can we do to make a better future for young people in Santa Cruz?

lt davidI think we need to be building connections between junior highs, high schools, and community youth arts and sports programs.
David King
Santa Cruz | Dance Teacher






lt danA very holistic education providing access to art and culture, as well as academic requirements.
Dan Densley
Santa Cruz | Occupational Therapist






lt anneI think the public and charter schools around here should offer lots of after-school programs, including sports and academic fun stuff.
Anne-Elyse Evans
Santa Cruz | Waitress






lt hansMore affordable housing. I just looked for my daughter, and it's impossible.
Hans Obermaier
La Selva| Retired






lt mikeSome kind of youth mentorship program where young school kids get involved with mentors who can teach them about organic farming, or anything they’re interested in.
Mike Neronde
Santa Cruz | Teacher

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