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first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: Language Arts class Elizabeth Castillo of Norwalk has been deaf for much of her life. With help from Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District’s deaf and hard of hearing program, Castillo expects to graduate from La Mirada High School this year. But Castillo’s father, Aurelio, is afraid that his other daughter, 6-year-old Leslie, won’t get those same services. The district plans to eliminate its program and have its students transfer into the Los Angeles County deaf and hard of hearing program. “It’s ridiculous,” Aurelio Castillo said. “The program already is in place and it helps so many people. Why change something that is working? What they’re saying is they don’t care about the special kids.” The move will mean that elementary school students with hearing deficiencies will be bused to Paramount, while middle- and high-school students will go to Downey instead of Eastwood Elementary, Los Coyotes Middle and La Mirada High schools. The Castillos were among the students and parents who attended last week’s Board of Education meeting, asking the district to leave the program in place. The district provides three full-time teachers and 14 interpreters who helplast_img