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Sandy leaves school district with one snow day for the year.
Snowy roads will not get students out of class early.
Event will bring former students of all graduating classes together.
District hopes to implement Everyday Mathematics in kindergarten and second grade next school year.
No major damage reported in school district as a result of the storm.
Brian Davin would bring finance and marketing experience to board seat.
Snow routes will be in effect.
School districts remain without power as week comes to a close.
After Sandy batters Atlantic City, the state teachers' union cancels its annual gathering there.
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