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Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
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Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud
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Meadowview Elementary Read Aloud

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Over 350 students and family members attended a literacy focused "read aloud" at Meadowview Elementary in Farmington, Minnesota on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

Over 350 students and family members attended a literacy focused "read aloud" at Meadowview Elementary in Farmington, Minnesota on Thursday, March 29, 2012.

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  • 1. MEADOWVIEW READ ALOUDMeadowview Elementary March 29, 2012
  • 2. Students and families enjoyed a meal and then took in 3 books with sessions spaced 15 minutes apart.
  • 3. Some of the students and their siblings got in the act as Mrs. Leier read “Big Chicken”.
  • 4. Mrs. Humerickhouse read Tony’s Bread to an attentive audience.
  • 5. Even Principal Jon Reid got into the act!
  • 6. Teachers at the school performed a dramatic performance in the Cafetorium for the enjoyment of all!
  • 7. Farmington Community Education staff read…. and acted out the classic book “Little Red Hen”.

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