High school authors read their stories to elementary school students


On Thursday, September 15, students in the high school’s alternative education program, New Reflections, visited Eagle Point Elementary School. They were there to read stories they had written to the younger children in three classrooms: Amy Williams’ first grade, Sue Sonsalla’s second grade, and Lisa Marek’s fourth grade.

The stories written by the high school students were called “fractured fairy tales,” where they turned familiar stories upside down and inside out. They changed the characters, settings, points of view, or plots of familiar fairy tales.


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