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You are here: Home Resources E-Newsletter Archive Fall 2009, Issue IV An Update from Emerson High School

An Update from Emerson High School

Summer has been a busy time for Emerson High School (EHS). Kyle Fagan, the school's Americorps Volunteer in 2009, designed and implemented a new summer school program incorporating modern Rite of Passage curriculum with an outdoor adventure element. In its first summer the program initiated seven students into their emerging adulthood. Here is Kyle's update.

An Update from Kyle Fagan.

Over the past few months, Emerson High School has had the opportunity to participate in the Coming of Age for Communities program. By taking part in two full-day training sessions, an on-site visit by a Journeys staff member, and tailored consultation, we created a dynamic summer school course for our students. The summer school course, which focused on emerging adulthood, was offered to seven current students of Emerson High School for six consecutive weeks.

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