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PHOTOS: Summit54 launches into 10th year of summer advantage classes

First-grader Ashlen Ramos gets excited about addition and subtraction in Ms. Caitlyn's summer advantage class at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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The Summit54 Summer Advantage Program and its partners, Roaring Fork School District and Ross Montessori School, are hosting 650 elementary students for five weeks of free academic and life enrichment programming. Students from all 13 elementary schools in the Lower Valley were invited to attend the RFSD sponsored program at Basalt Elementary School, Crystal River School and Glenwood Springs Elementary School.

Kindergartner Lily Waters helps to water plants in her summer advantage class at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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Third-graders Dylann Hughes (right) and Emily Reaser react after hitting two rocks together in their science class at the Summit54 Summer Advantage Program at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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Third-grader Kaia Allen studies a rock in her science class at the Summit54 Summer Advantage Program at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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Ms. Peterson interacts with a student while studying rocks in science class at the Summit54 Summer Advantage Program at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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Fifth-grader Aiden Medrano smiles at classmate Erick Dela Cruz while they work together making music at the Summit54 Summer Advantage Program at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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First-grader Arilyn Escontrias listens in during a lesson on addition and subtraction in Ms. Caitlyn’s summer advantage class at Glenwood Springs High School.
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Kindergartners Makeyla Cruz and Ariana Avalos Andrade learn to count coins in Mrs. Wissing’s summer advantage class at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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Kindergartner Savanah Joseph works on counting coins in Mrs.Wissing’s summer advantage class at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.
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