Instructor Justin Greene (middle) checks the work of a group of fifth graders, who were recently attending a summer school class at Indian Creek Elementary School. Selected students from throughout the Center School District can participate in an expansively long summer school program organized by the YMCA, which also earned the federal grants and other support for the program.
Instructor Justin Greene (middle) checks the work of a group of fifth graders, who were recently attending a summer school class at Indian Creek Elementary School. Selected students from throughout the Center School District can participate in an expansively long summer school program organized by the YMCA, which also earned the federal grants and other support for the program. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star/RSUGG@KCSTA
Instructor Justin Greene (middle) checks the work of a group of fifth graders, who were recently attending a summer school class at Indian Creek Elementary School. Selected students from throughout the Center School District can participate in an expansively long summer school program organized by the YMCA, which also earned the federal grants and other support for the program. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star/RSUGG@KCSTA

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