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Summer Bridge Program to start at SHS

Starting this summer, incoming Shelbyville High School freshmen who have been identified as being at-risk for missing school, having disciplinary issues or graduation concerns will be eligible to enter a summer enrichment program.

The Summer Bridge Program is slated to start in June after the Shelbyville Central Schools board approved a request Tuesday by two high school employees to pursue outside funding opportunities.

Assistant Principal Sarah Wheeler and Katie Beyer, a guidance counselor at the high school, have been working on starting the program and can now take the next step in finding money and continuing preparations for the two-week program.