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19, 2012, birth of daughter Alissa and in the years that followed, as she sought lactation and other accommodations related to child-rearing. She said she tried to find ways to work from home when her doctor told her to reduce her hours in the weeks leading up to the delivery, but was denied. In the year following Alissa's birth by caesarian section, Castillo was informed she'd have to attend multiple out-of-town trips and could not bring her daughter, still breastfeeding at the time. "All the solutions I'd tried really hard to come up with, reasonable solutions, they were denied," she said, recalling meetings with Hager. "It was ugly meeting after ugly meeting of no understanding, and I knew there was no point in convincing her." It was ugly meeting after ugly meeting of no understanding, and I knew there was no point in convincing her. Christine Castillo According to the lawsuit, Castillo filed the April 2015 complaint after learning the La Canada school board was considering not reelecting her for the upcoming academic year. That May, with the district's internal investigation results still pending, she received an annual performance evaluation from Sinnette with what she said were unprecedented low marks. She was told the low marks were given for her lack of responsiveness and failure to return emails. "My evaluations were always well above average," she said of previous reviews.

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Canada geese come in a little further down the list, with about 1,830 dead. While aircraft hit birds over New York on a daily basis, incidents resulting in damage to a plane remain relatively rare and usually involve larger bird varieties. Of the 249 birds that damaged an aircraft from 2004 to April of last year, 54 were seagulls, 12 were osprey, 11 were double-crested cormorants and 30 were geese, according to Federal Aviation Administration data. The species wasn't known in 69 instances. Close to 35,000 European starlings were slaughtered at the three airports during that time period, but only one was involved in a strike that actually damaged an aircraft. A starling, probably weighing less than 3 ounces, hit a JetBlue flight coming in for a landing at JFK on Sept. 10, 2008, breaking a taxi light. The FAA recorded 138 other instances of European starlings being hit by planes over those dozen years without any harm to the aircraft. History serves as a reminder that the starling, while small, can still be dangerous. A flock of the birds was blamed for one of the deadliest bird strikes in history, a 1960 crash in Boston that killed 62 people. Francoeur noted that lethal control represents just one way in which airport officials try to keep birds out of a 5-mile radius around the airports' runways.