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Green Bay expands program for academically gifted

7:22 AM, Feb. 13, 2013
Langlade Elementary School is expanding a program for academically gifted students in 2013-14, and the Green Bay School District is expanding the program to a middle school. In this 2010 Press-Gazette Media file photo, a Langlade student competes in a chess tournament.
Langlade Elementary School is expanding a program for academically gifted students in 2013-14, and the Green Bay School District is expanding the program to a middle school. In this 2010 Press-Gazette Media file photo, a Langlade student competes in a chess tournament.
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The Green Bay School District plans to expand a program for academically gifted students from Langlade Elementary School to Lombardi Middle School next school year.

The academy, or school within a school, provides students with a variety of programming and classes housed under the same roof. The Langlade program opened to students between second- and sixth-graders in 2012-13, and will expand to serve first-graders and possibly seventh-graders in 2013-14.

The middle school program will be open to sixth- to eighth-graders. The move will keep the Langlade program from growing too big, ...

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