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Summer school students rewarded

DUBLIN — Now that summer school is officially over, the first day of the 2008-09 school year is just around the corner.
To celebrate the conclusion of summer school, students within the Pulaski County Public School system who attended 14 of the 16 days that summer school was held were treated to a trip to the pool at Randolph Park in Dublin, followed by a picnic.
According to Janis Carter, principal at Snowville Elementary, approximately 400 summer school students were allowed to participate in the trip to Randolph Park. She noted that half of the students went one day last week, while the other half went the following day.
Summer school classes were held at three sites in Pulaski County, including Pulaski Elementary School, which was supervised by Newbern Elementary School principal Joe Reed, Pulaski County High School, supervised by PCHS English teacher Linda Snow, and Snowville Elementary, supervised by Carter.
From July 7 until July 31, students and teachers met for classes Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and were served both breakfast and lunch, Carter said.
She noted that five interns, working toward earning their teaching licenses, helped with summer school as well.
The 2008-09 school year for Pulaski County Public Schools will commence after Labor Day on Wednesday, Sept. 3.

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Summer school students rewarded

DUBLIN — Now that summer school is officially over, the first day of the 2008-09 school year is just around the corner.
To celebrate the conclusion of summer school, students within the Pulaski County Public School system who attended 14 of the 16 days that summer school was held were treated to a trip to the pool at Randolph Park in Dublin, followed by a picnic.
According to Janis Carter, principal at Snowville Elementary, approximately 400 summer school students were allowed to participate in the trip to Randolph Park. She noted that half of the students went one day last week, while the other half went the following day.
Summer school classes were held at three sites in Pulaski County, including Pulaski Elementary School, which was supervised by Newbern Elementary School principal Joe Reed, Pulaski County High School, supervised by PCHS English teacher Linda Snow, and Snowville Elementary, supervised by Carter.
From July 7 until July 31, students and teachers met for classes Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and were served both breakfast and lunch, Carter said.
She noted that five interns, working toward earning their teaching licenses, helped with summer school as well.
The 2008-09 school year for Pulaski County Public Schools will commence after Labor Day on Wednesday, Sept. 3.

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