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St. John Students Celebrate Literacy Day with a Twist

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St. John student Noah Morrison-Munoz dressed up for World Literacy Day as night right out of a fairy tale.

February 6, 2012 - Primary students at St. John School celebrated World Literacy Day on Friday, January 27th with a Fairy Tale twist. Students enjoyed dressing as their favourite Fairy Tale character as they spent the morning engaged in literacy activities. At one station, students played Fairy Tale Trivia, answering questions about some of their beloved stories. Students also listened to and acted out Fairy Tales with their teachers.

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