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St. Anne Celebrates Literacy Awareness Day


February 12, 2007 - St. Anne School celebrated Literacy Awareness Day on Friday, January 26th, 2007. The school wanted to promote the importance of reading and learning together as a school and as families. Grandparents of students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 came to read with their grandchildren and their friends. Mr. Ron Dupuis was another special guest for Literacy Day.

The literacy kick-off for the entire school (K-8) also began that day. The “Reading Book Worm” starts in the front foyer and the intention is to have him “grow” around our school by encouraging students to read. Individual classroom teachers have sent home specific criteria for their own classes. As students read, their names are added to the Book Worm. Everyone is encouraged to continue reading as a family home. Happy Reading!!



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