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VU students help combat summer learning loss

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Published on May 21, 2014 with No Comments

Pictured are Valparaiso University student Andrew Denecke and Mark Jones, director of operations of Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County

Students of Valparaiso University’s English 396 course recently invited Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County to attend their giving ceremony, receiving $4,000 to implement a new program, Summer Brain Gain. 16 dec 2013 … atarax should not be used if the patient is allergic t

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Summer Brain Gain is a fun and interactive learning program designed specifically to combat summer learning loss.

“Summer learning loss has devastating effects on America’s kids and their academic success, especially those who do not participate in or have access to enriching summer activities,” said Ryan Smiley, president of Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County.

This will be the first time Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County will implement this program. Valparaiso University students are not only supporting this academic program but are supporting the efforts to benchmark the first set of outcomes this Summer Brain Gain will produce.

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