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Sky High helps better community

December 16, 2013

Julie Mast discusses a project with eighth-grade students Cora Demo (left) and Brein Gross during a session with Sky High students this month. Sky High is a group of high-ability students at Churubusco Junior High School that meet to work on projects and increase college and career-readiness. Brett Myers/Post & Mail photo.

CHURUBUSCO — A group at Churubusco Junior-Senior High School is helping high-ability students get the most out of themselves — and the community.

Sky High is a group of sixth through eighth grade students that meets Tuesdays at CJSHS, during the SMART period, a time students use for extra activities.

The program, under the direction of Junior High Counselor Kim Burns and Julie Mast, has begun work on community projects.

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