BALTIMORE (AP) -- Parents can learn more about Baltimore's "Super Summer" recreation program to help students avoid losing critical skills over the summer break.
The city and school system will host a summer recruitment fair on Saturday at the War Memorial Building, where parents can sign their children up. Most of the programs are free or have a minimal cost.
Super Summer will allow 1,500 students to attend summer classes in the morning and recreational summer programs in the afternoon.
They'll also get breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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