LCC students learn lessons in reading
LAUREL — Before students took off for summer break, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School teachers wanted to remind them the importance of reading.
Students who do not read during the summer months are at risk for falling behind, national studies show.
Teachers held a Literacy Night recently for students in kindergarten through fourth grade, encouraging students to remember the importance of literacy this summer.
Students were greeted by fourth grade teachers Amy Gould and Melissa Haisch. Here students were given a punch card to fill out indicating the student visited all the stations, as well as a bag to hold all their goodies from the literacy night.
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