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Fort Howard students could see longer days, school year

7:48 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
Two children take a spin on the playground at Fort Howard Elementary School in Green Bay.
Two children take a spin on the playground at Fort Howard Elementary School in Green Bay.
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Students attending Green Bay's Fort Howard Elementary School can expect longer school days and a few extra weeks behind desks next school year.

The Green Bay School District plans to increase classroom time at the school by 167 hours - equal to about five weeks of school - in 2013-14. The school will add another 133 hours of instruction the following year in an effort to boost academics under a federal accountability system.

Fort Howard Elementary was one of four Green Bay schools targeted for change as Wisconsin moved forward with its application for a waiver from the federal No Child Left ...

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