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updated: 6/17/2013 10:54 AM

Summer Academy in progress in Grayslake

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  • Eleven-year-old Youjin Kim paints a sculpture she made at Summer Academy, one of the enrichment classes offered at Frederick School.

       Eleven-year-old Youjin Kim paints a sculpture she made at Summer Academy, one of the enrichment classes offered at Frederick School.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Teacher Kimberly Butts, right, works on an art project Monday with 8-year-old Emmett Cullinan.

       Teacher Kimberly Butts, right, works on an art project Monday with 8-year-old Emmett Cullinan.
    Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
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Learning is always fun, but there's something more relaxing about summer classes. In Grayslake Elementary District 46, students started their second week of the Summer Academy on Monday, a series of both remedial and enrichment classes that run from June 10 through July 3.

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