Sunday, August 17, 2003

In your schools



As schools reopen throughout the region, the Enquirer is expanding its daily coverage of education.

Starting Aug. 25, readers will see more notes and stories about area schools and students every Monday-Friday on our Hometown page.

Our photographers will be in classrooms, libraries and lecture halls and at pep rallies, school plays and other events to capture images throughout the 2003-04 academic year.

You can expect to see scenes from kindergarten classes to graduate classes at our local universities.

What are the events at your school we should be sharing with your neighbors and our readers?

Please, send information about your school activity a week ahead of time, along with a contact name and daytime phone number, to Education Editor Bill Cieslewicz at bcieslewicz@enquirer.com.




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