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PSJA ISD transforms house to teach life-skills to special needs students

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PHARR — A house once scheduled to be torn down to become extra parking spaces for a nearby school has been turned into a second home for special needs students in the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo school district, and a place where they learn life skills for adulthood.

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