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    Wayne County will resume in-person classes on Monday, September 28 on an alternating schedule.  In-person students will be assigned to attend school on either Red (Monday & Wednesday) or White (Tuesday and Thursday) days.  All other days will be virtual days.  Expect communication from your child’s teacher regarding their assignment by the end of the day on Tuesday, September 22nd. Arrangements will be made for all members of the same household to attend on the same days.  Students who chose the full-time virtual option will continue with virtual instruction. 

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Wayne County Gifted and Talented is offering a variety of summer camps

Gifted and Talented

Engineer Girl – High school girls participate in engineering-related activities and facilitate an engineering
experience for younger girls to become EngineerGirl Ambassadors.
June 4-8               8:00-2:00              Rising Grades 9-12       Camp Fee: $50                 Deadline to apply: May 15

TED-ED: Ideas Worth Sharing – Students participate in TED-ED curriculum and present Ted Talks.
July 9-13               8:00-2:00              Rising Grades 6-12      Camp Fee: $50                  Deadline to apply: May 25

Teen Entrepreneur Toolbox – Students work through practice steps for starting their own business using
Dave Ramsey’s curriculum.
July 16-20            8:00-2:00             Rising Grades 6-12        Camp Fee: $50                  Deadline to apply: May 25

Rubik’s Cube Challenge – Students participate in You Can Do the Rubik’s Cube! math and STEM
July 23-27            8:00-2:00              Rising Grades 6-12       Camp Fee: $50                  Deadline to apply: May 25

Financial Literacy – Students participate in the Dave Ramsey curriculum and explore scholarship options,
advanced programming opportunities, and college expenses.
Aug 2-Aug 6        8:00-2:00             Rising Grades 6-12         Camp Fee: $50                   Deadline to apply: May 25

Online Application is:  https://goo.gl/forms/mc8kX7610DuAuhr12

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