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Out from under the desk, The Comic Book Project, begun at JHS 216, has spread across the country
[CITY Edition]
Newsday - Long Island, N.Y.
Author: MARC FERRIS. Marc Ferris is a freelance writer.
Date: Jun 5, 2005
Start Page: G.02
Section: CITY LIFE
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Photos by Jason DeCrow - 1) [John Isaac], of New Hyde Park, works on his Lightning Squad comic during the after-school Comic Book Project at PS 115. 2) Justin MacGuyver, above, of PS 115, works on 3) "The Nighthunters," left, at The Comic Book Project. 4) "Extreme X," right, was created by [Gary Singh], 5) lower right, and a team of fellow students from various grades at PS 115. 6) Cameron MacGuyver, left, colors a panel of "The Nighthunters" as Jonathan Berzon looks on during the after-school Comic Book Project at PS 115 in Floral Park. Every strip created has been posted at www.comicbookproject.org. 7) Comic Book Project volunteer [Steven Hernandez] gives pointers to Jonathan Berzon, Cameron MacGuyver and Justin MacGuyver. "Case of the X Gas," right, was also created by students at Floral Park.; Comics to the rescue. Disguised as fun, the Comic Book Project teaches Teamwork! Reading! Writing! Photo by Jason DeCrow - Students sketch and brainstorm their way through The Comic Book Project at PS 115 in Floral Park. Educators say the program reinforces academic studies.

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