(08/06/2002)
A special two-day session to help kids who have dropped out of high school is planned for August 14-16 at Calhoun High School. About thirty students dropped out last year, according to CHS school counselor Debra Cunningham.

"Back to School, School" is a way to help them re-enter or look at other alternatives," she said.

The program runs from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on both days.

The program is a requirement along with a signed contract to come back to high school.

Cunningham says to call and leave name and phone number at 354-6148, extension 14, by August 12.


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