Fifth-grade students study with third- and fourth-graders in Lister Elementary’s SAIL (Self-contained Advanced Individual Learning) class for students who test in the top 1 percent districtwide. Fifth-graders Angel Cruz, and Azrael Labunski, right, and third-graders Christian Williams, and Christopher Seals, teamed up Wednesday to draw a map of Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America. SAIL programs are changing locations next year.
Fifth-grade students study with third- and fourth-graders in Lister Elementary’s SAIL (Self-contained Advanced Individual Learning) class for students who test in the top 1 percent districtwide. Fifth-graders Angel Cruz, and Azrael Labunski, right, and third-graders Christian Williams, and Christopher Seals, teamed up Wednesday to draw a map of Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America. SAIL programs are changing locations next year. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Fifth-grade students study with third- and fourth-graders in Lister Elementary’s SAIL (Self-contained Advanced Individual Learning) class for students who test in the top 1 percent districtwide. Fifth-graders Angel Cruz, and Azrael Labunski, right, and third-graders Christian Williams, and Christopher Seals, teamed up Wednesday to draw a map of Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America. SAIL programs are changing locations next year. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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