Rockland County school to extend Pomona Middle School day by 2 hours

School extends day by two hours

Students at Pomona Middle School will stay two hours longer every day starting this fall.

A Rockland County school district is using a state grant to extend a middle school's day by two hours.

Students at the Pomona Middle School will go to school for eight hours every day beginning this fall.

The East Ramapo School District applied for a $2.6 million state grant for the extended school day program last fall.

While the state approved the grant in January, some parents...

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