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School board celebrates student summer work

The Gloucester County School Board met Tuesday night in the T.C. Walker Education Center auditorium to cover an array of agenda topics, including listening to students talk about their academic achievements over summer break.

Twenty-four rising seventh and eighth graders took part in the division’s two-week Core 4 Summer Learning Institute, implemented by Director of Secondary Instruction Dr. Diron Ford.

The program provided students with an exploratory summer learning experience that allowed them to receive academic support in the core subjects of English, mathematics, science and social studies. Students also worked on projects they were passionate about to incorporate what they learned.

Two Page Middle School rising eighth graders, Josalynn Carmine and Kinsley Robbins, presented their projects to the board, which focused on taking a problem they see in everyday life and finding solutions. Page math teacher Jess Nealy helped the students with their projects.

“We came up ...

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