Rogers Grade School Intersession At Eastside Elementary Targets Learning Gaps

Posted: May 7, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO JASON IVESTER Second-grader Chris Estrada participates in readers’ theater while reading “The Enormous Turnip” on Tuesday.

ROGERS -- Second-grade readers worked their way through "The Enormous Turnip" Tuesday morning at Eastside Elementary School.

At A Glance

Continuous Learning Calendar

Eastside Elementary School runs on a continuous learning calendar giving children breaks throughout the year and a shorter summer. Eastside students will finish school June 17 because of its continuous calendar and inclement weather makeup days. School is scheduled to start on July 31.

Source: Staff Report

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