It's that time of year again: time for parents in Philadelphia to get their kids registered for summer school.
The city's School District of Philadelphia has extended the deadline until 4pm Wednesday at 31 schools across the city for students entering grades one through 12, Philly.com reports.
The extended deadline is because the district is running out of space for its 2022 summer programs, which run from June 27 to Aug. 5 and can serve more than 9,500 students, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Read the Entire Article
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