Spanish students read their books to elementary students
March 21, 2018
The top vote getters from Spanish classes went to area elementary schools to read the books they wrote and designed. The students were from the Spanish IV classes of Tracy Chapelle and Katie Hayes. The high school students created the stories, books and actions, performed them for their classmates, and then the best ones read to the kindergarteners at St. John’s Catholic School and second graders at Sheridan Elementary School (where Pius X 2001 graduate Julie Ehlers teaches). The younger students followed along, performing the actions each time certain words were read.
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