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August 30, 2011

New ‘HOPE’ for Hyndman

HOPE for Hyndman Charter School kindergarten teacher Christa Albright leads her students into the new school on the opening day of class Tuesday in Hyndman, Pa. The school is housed in the former Hyndman Middle-High School, which was closed earlier this year by the Bedford Area School District. More than 300 students in kindergarten through grade 12 are attending the school, which is staffed with 29 educators and support personnel.

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