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I so appreciate the meticulous way in which the 4th and 5th grade projects have been designed, and the energy it must take to shepherd this whole process. It's been amazing watching my fifth-grader get up on a Saturday and devote her whole day to her project, deriving lots of satisfaction from her growing command of the subject. The careful scaffolding of this critical 4th and 5th grade experience will pay dividends far beyond PCCS.

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