After-school programs get their proper due

October 2012
South County Journal;10/24/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 43, pB8
The article reports that the Rockwood School District that provides after-school care through Adventure Club, joined Lights on Afterschool, a nationwide rally supporting after-school programs was held on October 18, 2012.


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