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Night school for seniors beginning in March

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Eskuelan Puengi is back on the table.  The program was threatened to be cut off this year because of the lack of federal funding.  With the recent release of the federal funds, the night school for seniors will begin next month. According to Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Eva San Nicolas they are in the process of hiring teachers.

She said, "We've been receiving applications and we're hoping that teachers will get their applications out by this week and it'll take another week to process and the week after, Eskuelen Puengi begins."

Eskulen Puengi is a program geared to help seniors graduate on time. It runs from March 8 to May 20.

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