North School literacy night
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A North School parent reads with her first-grader during the school’s first Parent Literacy Night on Sept. 18.  Courtesy photo
A North School parent reads with her first-grader during the school’s first Parent Literacy Night on Sept. 18. Courtesy photo
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North School teacher Joan Juarez, in costume as the Cat in the Hat, addresses her first-grade students and their families.  Courtesy photo
North School teacher Joan Juarez, in costume as the Cat in the Hat, addresses her first-grade students and their families. Courtesy photo
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Kindergarten and first-grade families and teachers at North School gathered for the school’s first Parent Literacy Night from 7 to 8 p.m. Sept. 18. The goal, according to Seema Sabharwal, a seventh-grade teacher at North, was to get the families of the young students excited about reading. Participants were encouraged to dress as favorite characters, and a light meal and dessert were donated by Olive Garden and Home Town Buffet.
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