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St. Mary’s Pinckney Elementary

Fourth graders at St. Mary Catholic School recently completed their book reports and presented them to their peers. Students picked from a selection of books to read. Students could choose from a variety of books like fiction, non-fiction, adventure, etc. After reading the book, students created projects to gather interest in the book from other students. “These were fun projects,” said Brooke third grade student. “ My mom taught me how to make this blanket from the story. My friends want to learn how to do it too.” "It is a great opportunity for students to learn public speaking as they present their reports to their peers’” said Principal Kinsey.

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Veronica Kinsey


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