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Summer ends on a high note for MAUSD kids

MOST OF THE 260 students in MAUSD’s Expanded Learning Program summer series took part in a red-carpet parade in front of Beeman Elementary School on Aug. 5 as part of the ELP’s final gathering. Independent photo/Shayiq Shah

Students will head back to school in the county next week, and a group of youngsters in Mount Abraham Unified School District’s Expanded Learning Program will be able to tell a lot of stories about how they spent the summer.

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