College Hill Elementary fourth-grader Avery Basinger plays four square Thursday while waiting for his parents to pick him up from the school’s latchkey program. A potential shutdown of schools on July 1 would mean no more summer latchkey program.
College Hill Elementary fourth-grader Avery Basinger plays four square Thursday while waiting for his parents to pick him up from the school’s latchkey program. A potential shutdown of schools on July 1 would mean no more summer latchkey program. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
College Hill Elementary fourth-grader Avery Basinger plays four square Thursday while waiting for his parents to pick him up from the school’s latchkey program. A potential shutdown of schools on July 1 would mean no more summer latchkey program. Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

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