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Peseta

The former currency of Spain. It was introduced in 1869 when Spain joined the Latin Monetary Union and continued to be the currency even after the union was abolished in 1927. In 1959, Spain joined the Bretton Woods System and pegged the peseta to the U.S. dollar. The peseta was replaced by the euro in 2002.
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The reasons found behind low participation of PTA members indicated their involvement in household activities and lack of interest in PTA meetings.
Santa Clarita Valley PTA President Laurie Ender welcomes a hug from her son, Davis, 5, at Helmers Elementary School.
At the least, the PTA has the power to keep parents informed of academic issues, from educational policies set at the national and state levels to the curriculum and employment practices of their local schools.
The Helmers school PTA won awards for outstanding unit and outstanding teacher involvement through its music program, Solomon said.
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It's about getting new information - updated information about PTA and about leadership - and it's also about bonding with our PTA units in the valley,'' said Suzan Solomon, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Council PTA.
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