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HES program teaches parents how to read with a third-grader.
Auten Road students' wristband project one of several local efforts to help Sandy's victims.
Work at HHS and middle school costing more than expected.
Next school year set to begin on second day of Rosh Hashanah.
Spanish and Chinese classes started this year will be expanded in the next school year.
Storm eliminated days targeted for training in curriculum and technology.
More days off will mean shorter spring break for students, as well as some other possible choices.
Scott Rocco will become superintendent in Spotswood on Jan. 1.
The district reminding residents classes will resume for the first time since Sandy swept through the area.
Currently set to open on Wednesday.
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