Williamstown High School to start new after school programs

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WILLIAMSTOWN, W.Va. Williamstown High School was just 1 of 10 schools in the entire state to receive a grant from the "High Schools that Work program."

The new after school programs include counseling to help students deal with their mental health.

There will be tutoring for math, English, and science to prepare students for standardized testing. As well as time for art and music to allow students to engage in these extremely overlooked subjects.

Lastly, there will be P.E. and health and wellness classes to engage students in a healthier lifestyle.

The Yellowjackets are looking forward to implementing these programs this upcoming school year.

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