Students in Frederick learn ‘on the job’

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Posted: April 5, 2013

The Winchester Star

Millbrook High School students stand for a photo following their presentations to the Frederick County Board of Supervisors on March 27 in the Administration Building. The students presented information on their service learning projects, which placed them with Frederick County agencies for a semester to find solutions to different issues in the county. They are (front row, from left) Thalia Ortiz, Ashlynn Smeltzer, Allison Gyovai, Megan Castano, Camden Lazenby and John Perrone; (back row, from left) Niulka Franco Mann, Miranda Herring, Carmen Dennis, Sydney Walton, Frederick County Public Schools supervisor of social studies and health and wellness education Tara Woolever, Meredith Ridgell, Mitch Beauregard, Jessica Craft and Ben Perrault.

WINCHESTER — As the school year winds down, dozens of Frederick County Public Schools seniors are putting the finishing touches on their service learning projects.

The program allows groups of…



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