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LMCS to offer summer program

Livingston Manor Central School will offer a summer learning program for all students now in PreK through sixth grade.

The four-week program will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays beginning Monday, July 11, and ending Thursday, Aug. 4. Busing will be available.

This summer program is intended to not only work on remediation of skills but focus on students' strengths and creativity through hands-on activities. The focus will be on math and ELA skills with the chance to catch up, keep up and develop new skills. Some extra added fun will be included with weekly themed crafts and recreational activities.

The school encourages all children to attend the program, not just those needing extra support, as this program is intended to support all learning levels and needs.

To continue to implement a summer program, the school needs to identify children and families that would need transportation and would be able to commit to attending on a regular basis.

Those interested in the program should fill out the form sent home and return it to Livingston Manor Central School no later than Thursday, May 26. 

For more information, contact the principal's office at 845-439-4400, ext. 1206.