Superintendent Dr. Victor Valeski said, "Our counselors' attendance at the Marine Corps Educators Workshop in Parris Island is a testament to the professionalism and excellence in East Brunswick Public Schools. Lisa, Vanessa, Bethany and Lauren are about to be immersed in the life of a military recruit. Having had that opportinity myself when I joined the Air Force, some things are more meaningful when experienced firsthand. Our counselors will return prepared to share powerful and personal perspectives with students interested in military careers."
EBHS USMC Part 2: April on Parris Island
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