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Joey Persico (far right) speaks to camper Kai Reece, 8, in the Touch Tank area of the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island in Manteo, Monday. Looking on is aquarium staff member Jenna Livernois (left). Persico, an eighth-grade science teacher at Elizabeth City Middle School, also works as a special activities coordinator at the aquarium.

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Joey Persico (far right) speaks to camper Kai Reece, 8, in the Touch Tank area of the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island in Manteo, Monday. Looking on is aquarium staff member Jenna Livernois (left). Persico, an eighth-grade science teacher at Elizabeth City Middle School, also works as a special activities coordinator at the aquarium.

A Working Vacation: Many teachers work over summer

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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It might be called “summer vacation,” but few public school teachers actually use the three months of summer they’re out of the classroom for that purpose.

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I've been working every summer since I was about 10.

I've been blessed to have been able to work. The greatest trait my parents taught me was a strong work ethic.

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