Stayin' cool in summer school
by TCT Staff
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Teacher Ashley West watches students discover bones of owl prey. <br> Special to the Tribune
Teacher Ashley West watches students discover bones of owl prey.
Special to the Tribune
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Asia Keys and Joanna Elliott work on a science experiment.
Asia Keys and Joanna Elliott work on a science experiment.
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Maria Solis-Ocampo has a hair-raising experience trying out the Van de Graaff Static Electricity ball.
Maria Solis-Ocampo has a hair-raising experience trying out the Van de Graaff Static Electricity ball.
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Ja’cyla White uncovers bones in an owl pellet while studying the food chain.
Ja’cyla White uncovers bones in an owl pellet while studying the food chain.
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Jabez Burton uses an iPad to solve math problems.
Jabez Burton uses an iPad to solve math problems.
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About 100 students spent the first half of summer break continuing their learning through the Cherokee County School District’s summer school at Oak Grove Elementary School Fine Arts Academy.

The program served students from Title I schools in south Cherokee County, with another 100 students participating in the same program at the north Cherokee campus at Canton ES STEM Academy.

Students reviewed material from the previous school year and prepared for the coming school year, with lots of time for hands-on experiments and activities.

Staff for summer school at the Oak Grove ES Fine Arts Academy campus included Elaine Herrmann, Ashley West, Tori Sinco, Pam Griffin, Debbie O’Brien, Susan Smith, Karen Walker, Kim Hagood, Cathy Stickler and Cathy Alexander.

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