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Green Bay-area schools adjust to handful of voucher students

7:06 AM, Sep. 5, 2013
Andy LaLuzerne, left, and Ian Spaulding work on a science experiment in Lyssa Palubicki's class last February at St. Thomas More School in Green Bay.
Andy LaLuzerne, left, and Ian Spaulding work on a science experiment in Lyssa Palubicki's class last February at St. Thomas More School in Green Bay.
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Most of the 41 students coming into the Green Bay Area Catholic Education system using private school vouchers already are part of the parochial school system.

GRACE, the state's largest Catholic school system with nine schools, split into three entities to apply for the new voucher program. Those entities, and Notre Dame Academy, learned last month they are part of the new voucher program. Notre Dame will have 10 students using vouchers.

All but three of the GRACE students already are part of the program, officials said. The small numbers are spread throughout grade levels, so schools ...

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