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    Millbrook Case Study

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    for the 1963 summer season on July 2nd, Finished 52 years at the end of 2015. (Dark in 1998) 2) Through conversations among Dan Reinhold, Peter Gstalder (Williamsport artist), and Kelly Yeaton (PSU professor of theatre, the idea of using the abandoned barn as a summer stock theatre was born. Reinhold ran with the idea initially and organized a corp group which volunteered both time and money to get the theatre opened. 3) Always called Millbrook Playhouse. 4) Only original member of the board left is Chuck Stein, although he was not a member of the board after the first year or so. Nobody else is still alive as far as I know. 5) The most special thing about Millbrook is that is still alive and well. It is truly part of the fabric of the community. There are patrons that have been coming consistently for 52 years. You don 't find that in many theaters across the united states. 6. What sorts of productions are put on? 7. How many productions are put on each year? Millbrook 's mission is to provide quality, professional live theatre and encourage the development and appreciation of the theatre arts with a strong…

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    Fall Experience

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    diversity in the environment plus the perfect weather accompanying this amazing time of the year. I was eight years old when I first traveled to the United States. It was on the winter of the 2000. My parents decided to come on winter, so that my sisters and I could have the opportunity to see the snow. The moment when I met the snow for the very first time; was kind of shocking. I spent the first eight years of my life watching it on movies, but having no idea how it would feel like to touch…

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    Summer Break Benefits

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    they wait for the final bell to ring, the signal that announces the start of summer break…but it never comes. As “horrifying” as that sounds, that has been the norm for 10% of publicly-enrolled students, or about 3,000 schools residing in the United States according to the educational company, Niche on their statistical data about year-round schooling. This issue has been debated time after time and is widely loathed by many adolescents; most who have never experienced the benefits that emerge…

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    During summer, teenagers and younger children seem to have a great time catching up with family, friends, or anyone who they have not communicated with as frequently due to the pressure and stress of the school year. With summer comes many life changing moments for teenagers as they approach another year in high school. While some of these life changing moments assist teenagers in becoming a more mature version of themselves, some life changing moments leave teenagers hanging, hopelessly waiting…

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    When it first began, a festival would be provided for the workers, their families and friends. Today, the celebration custom follows a similar pattern. Families everywhere celebrate the holiday with barbeques, beach goers get one final day at their favorite location, weather permitting, and shoppers are provided with Labor Day sales. One of the well-known discounts offered during this holiday is the back-to-school sale. It has been reported by retailers as the second largest sale date of the…

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    Ariana A 12 month school year! Are you one of those students that is lagging or failing in school. Well, a 12-month school year will help you get your grades up. The problem is that students are lagging behind in school, just because of summer vacation slide. ……. The solution is to get your child to go to a 12 month school. They still do the same activities as a 10 month school, it's just that there is no summer break.…

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    Summer Budget Proposal

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    According to Pahl and Richter (2007), threats are possible events or forces outside of the organization’s control that must be plan for or agree upon how to mitigate. One of the biggest threats that PCA faces is low enrollment during the summer months. It is unfortunate that in the general area, parents do not seek summer child care. Because summer months’ fees are usually higher based on summer activities, parents tend to find alternative child care which means that children will not be…

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    Do you think that your school should have a Year-Round schedule? If you do then you will have to consider the pros and cons of the schedule. Is this schedule easy? No, it is not you must consider how year-round school operates, the positives, and negatives. First, you must learn how the year-round plan operates. The 45-15 plan works like this “In which children attend school for 45 days then have three weeks off.” Year-round schools also give breaks around holidays like normal schedules do so…

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    and teachers, the so-called summer learning loss. Many kids get bored during the summer and there is not enough to keep kids occupied the way they did in the beginning of the year. These breaks help prevent this from happening because they can rest their brains for enough days, but not forget what they learned. Teachers could teach more and students would remember all that was taught to them in the period where they had school. More than 3,000 schools have switched to year-round schooling to…

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    Growing up in Southern California we spent most of our summers at Lake Havasu and Parker. For as long as I can remember, getting to spend my summers on the lake with my close friends and family was what got me through the school year, knowing that for a full month I would have no cares in the world except for what adventures lay ahead of us. As the school year came to an end, all we could think about was getting to the lake to start our last summer together before we all ventured off in…

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