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7:45-3:45 and Lunch

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After School Tutorial and Homework Center

Day - Time - Tutoring Teacher

Monday - 3:15-4:15, Mr. Connelly, Miss Kanshaw, Miss Maund, Miss Vosberg

Tuesday - 3:15-4:15, Miss Aguayo, Miss Colangelo,  Miss Serratto, Miss Grover, and Miss Wekselgreene

Wednesday - 3:15-4:00, Miss Valletta, Miss Borcherdt, Miss Kuy 

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Print Magazines in the Cap Library for Recreational Reading and Research

Acoustic Guitar


Ceramics Monthly




National Geographic


People en Español

Scientific American

Scientific American Mind


Teen Vogue



New Fiction


 The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu


After rumors fly about Alice Franklin's supposed promiscuity and her role in the quarterback's fatal car accident, four classmates each describe what really happened.


 Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan


Josie's IQ is 154.  And she's determined to apply every last point of it to breaking up her favorite person--her sister, Kate--from her least--Kate's fiance, Geoff.



 She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick


Laureth may be blind, but when she suspects her father has gone missing, she doesn't hesitate to pack a bag and take her seven-year-old brother to New York to find him.


New Non-fiction


The Freedom Summer Murders by Don Mitchell

Despite known dangers, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner registered black Mississippi voters in the summer of 1964.  They were murdered for it.  Map of Mississippi.  Endnotes.  Author's note on sources.  Bibliography.  Index.  Black-and-white photographs, reproductions of documents, letters, and memorabilia.