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Eighth-grader Joseph Ruloph said cramming in the usual family vacations and other summer activities into a nine-and-a-half week break from school wasn't easy.
With classes letting out last school year in early June and starting again in just two weeks, Ruloph is just one of the local students who are wondering where this summer has gone.
Ruloph said in the future such short summers might keep him from being able to go visit his father in Louisiana.
"That's the only time I get to go see him," he said. "And they don't give us a whole lot of time."
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