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Wild About Reading At St. Francis


January 30, 2012 - St. Francis Catholic Elementary School took the time to highlight literacy within the building on January 27 to celebrate Family Literacy Day. Students had the opportunity to read to others during the day emphasizing that reading is an important skill and reading everyday helps to improve student achievement.
Mrs. Healy's Full Day Kindergarten program read the book "Where the Wild Things Are?". They worked on a illustration based on the story, watched the film about the movie and re-told the story to each other. St. Francis students are WILD about reading!



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