Several Marion County Students Look Forward To Summer School
For many kids sitting in a classroom during June and July is a punishment worse than taking out the trash or cleaning their room.
But Marion County Schools are trying to change that. In addition to the usual classes for students to make-up work, nine middle and high schools will be offering classes designed for kids to have fun while learning. More than 100 classes such as science at a local springs, weight lifting, robotics, computers, and even learning a musical instrument will be offered. Kids can even get college credit for some classes...and the best part, its all for free. Some of the classes include free meals and transportation.
For a list of what's being offered at each school and a registration form, go to http://www.marion.k12.fl.us/
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