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Educators continue busy schedule during 'down time'
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Wednesday, July 24, 2013 1:32 PM

 

By JOE SHOUSE

Correspondent

Part 2 of 2

With college classes to take, sports camps to oversee, and the responsibility of extracurricular activities, many educators spend their summers with little time off.

At Oakwood Elementary, Kelly Snyder, with 26 years experience, all at Oakwood, continues to develop new ways to ease the tension for incoming kindergartners. At the end of June, Snyder and co-kindergarten teacher Kylee Miller offered an opportunity for the new kindergarten students to attend a one-hour summer camp session.

“It was simply a time for teachers and students to spend time together. This is the fourth year for the camp and it seems to be working,” said Snyder.

 

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