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City Schools End Academic Year; County Schools Keep Going

City Schools End Academic Year; County Schools Keep Going

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The Charlottesville schools have ended another academic year, but some of the kids will go back soon. Superintendent Rosa Atkins (pictured) notes summer school will begin in mid-June and the Charlottesville schools have many enrichment programs during the summer months. The Albemarle schools are still wrapping up their spring semester. The last classroom day for county kids will be Thursday.

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