2017-03-16 / Education

March is Reading and Music Month at RES


A VISIT FROM THE HIGH SCHOOLRoscommon High School students recently read to the first grade stu- dents of Mrs. Karen LaFramboise for March is Reading and Music Month. (Courtesy photos) A VISIT FROM THE HIGH SCHOOLRoscommon High School students recently read to the first grade stu- dents of Mrs. Karen LaFramboise for March is Reading and Music Month. (Courtesy photos) Roscommon Elementary School is celebratingMarch is Reading and Music Month” to the fullest. Mr. Rodney Patterson’s Roscommon High School physical education class visited Roscommon Elementary School for a week in March to share the love of reading with the students.


READING TOGETHER Roscommon High School junior Emily Barnhart (center) met with Roscommon Elementary School students Addison Barber (left) and Arrien Hesselmeyer (right) as part of March is Reading and Music Month at RES. READING TOGETHER Roscommon High School junior Emily Barnhart (center) met with Roscommon Elementary School students Addison Barber (left) and Arrien Hesselmeyer (right) as part of March is Reading and Music Month at RES. 
SHARING A STORY( From left) Roscommon Elemen- tary School students Macy Wil- liams and Mason Borchers listen to Roscommon High School stu- dent Ryan Brooks read a story to them. SHARING A STORY( From left) Roscommon Elemen- tary School students Macy Wil- liams and Mason Borchers listen to Roscommon High School stu- dent Ryan Brooks read a story to them. The high school students read a favorite book of their choice to the el- ementary students and shared their hobbies, interests, their favorite genre to read and what they enjoy best about school.

Other school activities include com- munity readers, classroom door deco- rating, crazy hair day, wacky socks day, wear a hat day, comfy cozy day and fa- vorite sports team jersey day.

The grand finale of the month will be the annual talent show where stu- dents from kindergarten through third grade will display their many talents.

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