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Published: 3/4/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


St. Joseph's celebrates Right-To-Read week

St. Joseph's School in celebrates Right to Read week Feb. 28, 2013. Rather than their regular uniforms, students were permitted wear T-shirts they and their parents had designed or shirts with lots of words on them, and jeans. Ronald McDonald made a special appearance to talk about the importance of reading. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

St. Joseph School kindergarten students listen as Ronald McDonald talks about the importance of reading. From left, front row: Sara Cannon, Ava Napoli, Eliot Brody, and A.J. Brady.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo St. Joseph School kindergarten students listen as Ronald McDonald talks about the importance of reading. From left, front row: Sara ...
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First grader Liam Smith gets excited at the assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo First grader Liam Smith gets excited at the assembly.
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Morgan McCanna, a first grade student,  takes a look around during the Right-To-Read week assembly. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Morgan McCanna, a first grade student, takes a look around during the Right-To-Read week assembly.
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Nick Miller, a first grader, left, Nathan Desjardine, Ryan Snyder and Devyn Riley help Ronald McDonald to spell Enlarge | Buy This Photo Nick Miller, a first grader, left, Nathan Desjardine, Ryan Snyder and Devyn Riley help Ronald McDonald to spell "Library."
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Ronald McDonald's puppet friend reminds him to take care of books.  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ronald McDonald's puppet friend reminds him to take care of books.
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Kindergarten student Ava Napoli smiles during the assembly with Ronald McDonald at St. Joseph's School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kindergarten student Ava Napoli smiles during the assembly with Ronald McDonald at St. Joseph's School.
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Ronald McDonald joins third graders Robin Johnson, left, Jimmy Goodyear, and Molly Nowak. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ronald McDonald joins third graders Robin Johnson, left, Jimmy Goodyear, and Molly Nowak.
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Emma Payne, a kindergarten student, sports the t-shirt her mother helped her to make. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Emma Payne, a kindergarten student, sports the t-shirt her mother helped her to make.
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Lauren Heerdegen, a first grader, sports a t-shirt with  words on it. As part of Right-To-Read week students were permitted to wear shirts with words or about reading instead of their school uniforms Friday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lauren Heerdegen, a first grader, sports a t-shirt with words on it. As part of Right-To-Read week ...
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Ryan Snyder, a fourth grader, with a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ryan Snyder, a fourth grader, with a "Mac & cheese" t-shirt from Vito's pizza, who provided scores of the ...
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