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There will still be a number of summer programs, such as theater and math.
The Hoboken Board of Education met on Tuesday night.
In total, the state awarded $1.25 million to school districts that were impacted by the hurricane.
A city-wide production of Seussical is in the works. The performances are scheduled for the first weekend of May.
After months of discussion, the district is switching to a junior-senior high school model. As of next school year, the seventh grade will be taught at Hoboken High School.
The Hoboken School board voted on a new policy on Tuesday night. The measure requires one more vote before it's law.
School report cards were released earlier this week, reflecting an uptick in SAT scores.
Elysian Charter School students sent "a message to the president."
Five district schools are participating in Hoboken's next musical.
Ron Smith, who was hired on an hourly contract, will not continue working for the district.
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