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Synonyms for district

Synonyms for district

a rather small part of a geographic unit considered in regard to its inhabitants or distinctive characteristics

a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

Synonyms for district

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Gaudette said provisions will be made at the districtwide meeting to facilitate a secret ballot vote if it is requested and voted for.
But among the 1,116 students who were bused but were not in districtwide schools or programs, 57 percent were black and 37 percent were white.
OFFICIAL PROJECT TITLE: OFDC-ITB-011-15 CONTRACT LABOR-DISTRICTWIDE PORTABLE CLASSROOMS REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE SCOPE OF WORK: Perform various repairs, maintenance and minor improvements to portable classroom facilities districtwide on an annual contract basis.
Emerald has been serving customers for 30 years and has not undertaken a districtwide annexation effort.
The School Building Committee had submitted its preferred option of building a new $53 million high school last year, only to have the Massachusetts School Building Authority request more information, and suggest the town look at a proposal that would create a districtwide solution.
SANTA CLARITA -- After facing racial conflicts that ended in legal battles and campus scuffles, the Hart school district celebrated its second districtwide Mix It Up Day on Tuesday to a mixed response.
Districts can also use the Item Bank to create standards-aligned benchmark assessments to assess students consistently districtwide.
A parent-involvement policy was written and approved by the board, and the state mandates parent involvement districtwide.
There is no districtwide training for teachers in multicultural competency.
But districtwide, those populations are big enough to be counted.