City schools want input on plan to cut summer break

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Posted: December 11, 2012

The Winchester Star

Tony Dunbar picks up his son, Owen, 5, from the HIVE after-school program in the War Memorial Building as he carries daughter, Olivia, who is 3 months old.
Recreation specialist Laura Egan watches as children enrolled in the Winchester Parks and Recreation after-school program HIVE go outside for a little exercise.

WINCHESTER — City public school officials are seeking input on a proposed new school calendar that would shorten the summer vacation.

The calendar would still consist of 185 school days, including…



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