Reading Fun

  • Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Cane Bay Elementary School recently hosted its annual English Language Arts Night.  Parents and students experienced an interactive read-aloud about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to promote reading at home.  Students then met with grade level peers to create displays based on the story. Above, third grade teacher Cara Musgrave is pictured with third grade students Samantha Haney, Hayley West and Veronica Hari.

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