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district

Etymology: L, distringere, to compel
1 (in hospital nursing) a group of patients in an area of the unit, usually a subdivision of a ward, for whom a nurse manager or primary nurse is responsible. Patients are customarily assigned to a district on the basis of certain shared needs for nursing care.
2 the area of a city or town assigned to a public health nurse.
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Fayard said the districtwide meeting may prove to be a waste of time and money.
The SACS CASI districtwide accreditation is good for five years, and districtwide performance against the quality standards required for accreditation will be monitored annually through an online reporting and review process every March, Cooper said.
5 -- color) A group of horticulture students at Sylmar High School (right) make floral centerpieces for a districtwide event for culinary students.
Conejo Valley Unified, Moorpark Unified and Oak Park posted districtwide scores over 800.
To find the extra money, the school board has agreed to take $60 million away from other districtwide programs, ultimately short-changing the vast majority of the LAUSD's students.
FUTUREKIDS can offer such a significant territory acquisition because its business has districtwide and citywide implications, according to Thomas L.
And with enrollment down districtwide, they see it as a way to bring in more students by capitalizing on demand in the Armenian community.
The GUSD's districtwide score increased by 15 points, to 794 out of a possible 1,000.
Together, we will create a districtwide information infrastructure based on technologically advanced hardware, software and networking solutions.
The Burbank districtwide score jumped 20 points, to 771 out of a maximum score of 1,000.
With 150 more pupils than expected districtwide, officials think parents were attracted by Leona Valley School adding grades six, seven and eight and by kindergartens districtwide expanding to a full-day format rather than having morning and afternoon sessions.