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Reading meets Hula
'Splish Splash Reading is a Blast' at Claxton Elem.
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Claxton Elementary kindergarten teacher Brook Hendrix, her paraprofessional Ashton NeeSmith, and her Georgia Southern University student teacher Lydia Jones teach the children how to do a Hula dance while listening to Hawaiian music. Pictured, left to right, front row: Tomiya Ivey, Christian Hunter, Billy Anderson, Precious Hines and Natalie Bass. Back row, left to right, Hendrix, NeeSmith and Jones. - photo by CRYSTAL WALKER/Staff
CLAXTON - Claxton Elementary School's students and teachers marked their annual reading celebration with a kick-off and pep rally. Each year, the school has a new reading theme with various celebrations, events, and rewards relating to the theme throughout the year. This year's theme is "Splish Splash Reading is a Blast."
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