A Wrinkle in Time – Photo of the Day – March 7

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Saffron Eugea

Seventh-grader Kaylynn Bennett's poster is displayed on the wall just outside of Lisa Rosken's classroom. The seventh-grade class completed projects over the novel they have just finished reading, "A Wrinkle in Time." The sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade classes have also read this book and will be attending the new, Disney, movie version of the book, tomorrow, March 8. "I'm excited the school is allowing me to use this unique experience as a basis for our compare-contrast papers," Roskens said. "Anytime we can create positive experiences around reading, we encourage children to read more."

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