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Storytelling Club is Coming!

Lewis and Clark 4th and 5th graders have the oppportunity to join a Storytelling Club this year.  Mr. Haynes (our very own Mrs. Haynes' husband) visited LC 4 days this week to share a story and tell the kids all about the club.  I can't wait to see and hear the kiddos learning and practicing their storytelling skills.  Thanks Mr. Haynes for giving your time to our students. 



 
 

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Sophie c. said…
Story telling club is one of my favorite things to do in the morning. I don't really like getting up early but this is worth getting up for! I love how we are learning how to tell story's!! And mr. Hanes is very funny I'm so glad I get to be apart of this!!!

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