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Reading is out of this world
Morrison event encourages parental involvement in children's development
Bryson Rymer confirms he is an alien by sporting a fun alien headband. He visited Morrison School with his aunt, Alexis King, and enjoyed the many activities.
With Morrison’s ELA Family Reading Night utilizing the theme “Reading is Out of this World,” it’s a sure bet attendees had fun. Despite stormy weather conditions, a total of 66 students, parents, grandparents and teachers gathered in the Morrison School library for activities and prizes. According to principal Kim Cantrell this event is a way to include parents in their child’s education development.“Parents need to be involved with their children to develop their reading skills,” said Cantrell.