SOPHOMORES SHARE STORYTELLING AND POPSICLES

Mrs. Brooks' classes take original books to the elementary school to share the love of reading

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SOPHOMORES SHARE STORYTELLING AND POPSICLES

Mrs. Brooks sophomore English classes enjoyed serving the pre-K and elementary this Spring.  The high school students created their own children stories to read and had a great time playing and sharing popsicles!

Mrs. Brooks sophomore English classes enjoyed serving the pre-K and elementary this Spring. The high school students created their own children stories to read and had a great time playing and sharing popsicles!

Submitted by Jennifer Brooks

Mrs. Brooks sophomore English classes enjoyed serving the pre-K and elementary this Spring. The high school students created their own children stories to read and had a great time playing and sharing popsicles!

Submitted by Jennifer Brooks

Submitted by Jennifer Brooks

Mrs. Brooks sophomore English classes enjoyed serving the pre-K and elementary this Spring. The high school students created their own children stories to read and had a great time playing and sharing popsicles!

Sophomore English teacher Jennifer Brooks gave an assignment to her students: write a short story for elementary students.  The twist?  Illustrate it.

Her students took this assignment and ran with it, choosing to take those stories to the elementary school to share with their intended audience.  They also brought popsicles.  A great time was had by all involved.

 

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