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Video: OnTrackGreenville prepares scholars for a successful transition into middle school

Published September 3, 2015

The transition from elementary school to middle school can be challenging for scholars. Greenville County Schools & The United Way of Greenville County invited BELL to join the OnTrackGreenville initiative and provide summer learning opportunities for incoming sixth graders.

OnTrack Greenville is a community-wide initiative to ensure all middle school youth stay on track toward high school graduation. The initiative is beginning by implementing a comprehensive, evidence-based dropout prevention strategy-called an Early Warning and Response System-designed to support middle grades students and their families.

Greenville County Schools produced this short video about the initiative, which launched this summer.

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