Wednesday, August 15, 2001

Kids in Norwood get Mathsmart

[photo] Kindergarten teacher Heather Hutchinson asks a question at the Mathsmart Camp.
(Glenn Hartong photo)
| ZOOM |
        Kindergarten Mathsmart Camp, for children entering kindergarten, is being held this week at three elementary schools in Norwood. It's part of activities offered through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. In May 2000, Norwood City Schools received the three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

        The grant programs serve an estimated 800 K-12 students and 300 adults annually with extended-day and extended-year services at five Norwood City Schools. The grants are part of a Department of Education effort to keep children safe and provide academic enrichment and recreation.


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