"District officials said the schools' summer programs made the grade this past season, citing record attendance at the High School Experience and offerings in the math, science, art and music departments.
Discussing the programs with the School Committee, Pandora Carlucci, director of the district's Lifelong Learning department, said the schools offered about 13 different programs, providing dozens of courses and multiple initiatives.
Carlucci said a forensic science class - in which such topics as fingerprints and blood spatter analysis were explored - has been a perennial favorite.
She said there were classes for both high school and middle school students, and noted that it was a good opportunity for the younger children to see what was possible at the high school."
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The two documents used for the presentation and discussion with the School Committee can be found here
|discussion of the high school experience for the incoming 9th grade class|