y With the appoiitmenrof a i 70-member staff by the Ann Arbor Board of Education, the regular tuition summer school for students of public and parochial schools was officially launched. The seven-week school will be held for secondary students and present sixth graders at Huron High School from June 14 through July 30, according to principal Leverett Kelly. For the first time sixth grade students will be enrolled in the summer school program, and students in grades 9 through 12 who are behind in grade level eredits may attend summer school tuition free. Kelly stressed that students s h o u 1 d talk over their academie needs with their parents and school counselors, and enroll promptly so as to reduce the prospect of courses being cancelled due to inadequate enrollments. Ann Arbor students may enroll with their counselors during school hours, or they may enroll at Huron High School from 9-11:30 a.m. or 1-3:30 p.m. during school days.
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