High school English students write and illustrate books, read them to first graders

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Madi Boyd (left) and AnnDee Holt read a book they wrote to first-grade students at Gentry Primary School on Friday. Pre-AP English II students from Gentry High School wrote children's books for their end-of-the-year project and then read them to first-grade classes at the primary school.

Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Madi Boyd (left) and AnnDee Holt read a book they wrote to first-grade students at Gentry Primary School on Friday. Pre-AP English II students from Gentry High School wrote children's books for their end-of-the-year project and then read them to first-grade classes at the primary school.

GENTRY -- Students from the Gentry High School's pre-advanced-placement English II classes attended first-grade classes at Gentry Primary School on Friday and read books they had written and illustrated to the students in first grade.


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