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Lynnfield Community Schools ramps up spring programming

Dance It Out

The Dance It Out group performs during class over April Vacation.

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Wild Weather Warriors

Matthew Cavallo, 7, works on his Earth Day poster during the Wild Weather Warriors program hosted by Lynnfield Community Schools.

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Wild Weather Warriors

The Wild Weather Warriors show off their Earth Day posters that they made during their April Vacation program hosted by Lynnfield Community School.

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Jack Schiavo, 5, shows off his Earth Day poster that he made during the Wild Weather Warriors April Vacation program hosted by Lynnfield Community School.

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Dance It Out

Emma Circe, 7, dances during the Dance It Out program hosted by Lynnfield Community Schools during April Vacation.

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Dance It Out

Leah Steer, 7, dances during the Dance It Out program hosted by Lynnfield Community Schools during April Vacation.

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Max de la Mar, 6, shows off his Earth Day poster that he made during the Wild Weather Warriors April Vacation program hosted by Lynnfield Community School.

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LYNNFIELD — Lynnfield Community Schools (LCS) is ramping up its programming, offering several new spring programs and extending its summer program from six to nine weeks. “We are trying to bring back some of the in-person activities little by little,” said LCS Director Sarah Perkins. “Things have been going well and it was great to…

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