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One big, smart, happy family
Togetherness is an important element at Avery Coonley School in Downers Grove. But so, too, is academic excellence, and in its own special way this unique institution offers 225 gifted students a rare educational opportunity.
Publication:Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Banas, Casey
Date:Sep 12, 1976
 Abstract (Document Summary)

The student body filed into the school library, class by class, without making a sound. They began their day by listening to Mrs. Elsie Berquist, a teacher, and James Movagh, an 8th grader, play a violin duet of Bach's "Concerto in D Minor."


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