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As rumors wafted through the Hughes Adult Learning Center that its Woodland Hills campus might be turned over to a charter school, the panicked students looked a block away and started asking questions. At a second Woodland Hills private school renting from Los Angeles Unified School District, parents and administrators had their own questions. After all the money Castlemont School had put into a new sports field and other improvements at the former Collier Street Elementary, why was the district moving to reclaim a campus it admitted it did not need? The school board is scheduled Tuesday to seek proposals for the future uses of all nine campuses in the western San Fernando Valley. Unified has used the other two campuses for administrative offices and programs for adults, at the Hughes center. The school district alerted the private schools more than a year ago that their leases would not be renewed. Some have found new homes; others are still looking. Castlemont and Kadima will probably be allowed to bid on new leases for their campuses. Because LAUSD does not project needing more elementary schools in the West Valley, the district has considered selling at least some campuses now used by private schools. Bob Collins, superintendent of the mini-district overseeing two of those sites, cautioned against that.