West High School principal Joel Hudson stands outside a boarded-up house across the street from the school. The United Way plans to invest $1 million in a year in an attempt to improve graduation and literacy rates among children in the area served by West.
West High School principal Joel Hudson stands outside a boarded-up house across the street from the school. The United Way plans to invest $1 million in a year in an attempt to improve graduation and literacy rates among children in the area served by West. The Wichita Eagle
West High School principal Joel Hudson stands outside a boarded-up house across the street from the school. The United Way plans to invest $1 million in a year in an attempt to improve graduation and literacy rates among children in the area served by West. The Wichita Eagle

United Way to devote $1 million to helping kids in West High neighborhood

April 19, 2014 04:53 PM

UPDATED April 19, 2014 04:56 PM

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