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Summer Enrichment Program for Grades 2-8 To Be Held at West Orange High School

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WEST ORANGE, NJ -  The West Orange School District Summer Enrichment Program brochure for 2013 has been distributed to all elementary and Middle Schools and is available for review at:

http://www.woboe.org/Pages/Featured-News.aspx?ItemID=106.

This successful program has run for several years and is staffed with District Educators, Nurses and other professionals.  The summer enrichment program is open to all West Orange residents including those students currently attending private schools. Classes are held at West Orange High School beginning Tuesday, June 25 and concluding on Friday July 19, 2013 from 8:30AM to 12:15PM.

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Tuition is $375 per student.  Courses are offered to students entering grades 2-8. Students entering grades 2-3 are placed in the Preparatory Division with block scheduled classes that provide students the opportunity to participate in the following classes: Music, Art, Dance, Language Arts/Creative Writing and Math. Students entering grades 4-8 will have an opportunity to choose courses in Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Theater Arts, Dance, Computers, Math Science and Fitness.

The Summer Enrichment program also offers part time classes for students who would like to take an instrument with an ensemble. Tuition is $150 plus the rental fee, if the student does not have their own instrument.

For limited English proficient students attendance in the Summer Enrichment program is funded by the Title III funding program.  Students receive English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction in addition to summer enrichment courses.

PTA Scholarships to help offset the tuition cost are available in the elementary and middle school offices. Students are required to submit an essay and application to be considered for assistance.

Please email Lou Quagliato, Director of Fine Arts, with any questions at lquagliato@westorange.com.

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