Steven V., 9, a soon-to-be fourth-grader, builds a toy car out of recyclables during Centralia School District's Migrant Summer School program at Edison Elementary. A new grant-funded summer school program in Centralia aims to give migrant students a head start.
Steven V., 9, a soon-to-be fourth-grader, builds a toy car out of recyclables during Centralia School District's Migrant Summer School program at Edison Elementary. A new grant-funded summer school program in Centralia aims to give migrant students a head start. Pete Caster The Chronicle
Steven V., 9, a soon-to-be fourth-grader, builds a toy car out of recyclables during Centralia School District's Migrant Summer School program at Edison Elementary. A new grant-funded summer school program in Centralia aims to give migrant students a head start. Pete Caster The Chronicle

Migrant summer school in Centralia aims to give head start

August 16, 2016 01:50 PM

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