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Springs School News, November 21

authormy27east on Nov 14, 2019
Springs School Last week, Ms. Amicucci’s seventh grade math classes celebrated “Mathgiving,” a food feast where students act as waiters and diners in a mock restaurant and have to calculate... more

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