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The Daring English Teacher


The Daring English Teacher’s post titled, 5 Reasons to Read Aloud to Your Students reminds us of the importance reading makes in all facets of our lives. Take the time to read aloud with your family this summer.

The Daring English Teacher

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4th Grade Digital Posters

We are reading a fantastic book titled, Maxi’s Secrets – in a nutshell – it’s about navigating life and the lessons we can learn from having a dog!
I wanted to share these digital posters with you!
Life Lessons from a 4th Grader:
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School Library Journal’s Best Picture Books 2017


SLJ Best of 2017 logo

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Latest YALSA News!


The list is out. So, what are teens recommending? To find out, check out this list:

Check out our 2017 Teens’ Top Ten list, chosen by teens, for teens!


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First Grade is getting ready to connect with Global Read Aloud!


First grade read Tough Boris by MemFox

We will be making our own version of the book Tough Boris,  substituting a cowboy as our main character instead of a pirate. This lesson will focus on adjectives, creating predictable text while

building details. A copy of the book will be sent to our new friends in Hudson, Ohio (near Cleveland).


Global Read Aloud

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Yeehaw, It’s almost time to round-up all readers for our annual Scholastic Book Fair. The first voluteer meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 20th at 8:00 in the Student Center.

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Summer Reading Fun!


Summer is fast approaching and although like you, I look forward to the lazy days of summer replacing the harried schedule of the school year, this doesn’t mean we should put our learning aside. Check in with me weekly as I will be encouraging you and challenging you to read all summer long by providing you with some creative ways in which you can engage the whole family.

Here’s the first article.

Happy reading,

Ms. Morris

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Third Grade Commercials to Air on May 9th



Dear Third Grade Families,


We have been busy here in the Student Center and in our classrooms reading a variety of literature from different genres. To help the students celebrate their reading goals, they have made a book “commercial” to share with you, the audience, in hopes of selling you their favorite books. We will be hosting a premiere to honor our stars on Tuesday, May 9th from 9:00 am to 9:45 am in Mrs. Taylor’s classroom. Look for your private invite to this special showing soon. We hope you will be able to attend! Light refreshments will be served following the presentation.


Warm regards,

Ms. Morris




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Congratulations to our Battle of the Books team members!


Congratulations to Battle of the Books Team members, Grace Vernine, Isabella Reynolds, Jacob Arias, Joey Antonucci and Carlos Bonilla.

They will be competing on May 3rd at Berkeley Prep in Tampa. Be sure to wish them good luck! 



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    This article shows a positive correlation between reading aloud which produces long- lasting positive emotional memories that transfer into future learning.

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