Norco Elementary Eagle Night

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March 14, 2014 at 10:43 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Gifted teacher Julmarria Jackson reads a book as students (L to R) Skyler Dauzat (sitting in chair), Janae Naquin, parent Janelle Vicknair and sibling Carly Vicknair listen intently.
Gifted teacher Julmarria Jackson reads a book as students (L to R) Skyler Dauzat (sitting in chair), Janae Naquin, parent Janelle Vicknair and sibling Carly Vicknair listen intently.
On Thursday, Feb. 13, Norco Elementary hosted an “Eagle Night” where students and parents visited classrooms on a rotation basis hearing and demonstrating new strategies for learning.

Pizza and punch were served to families and door prizes were handed out for a fun-filled night of teaching and learning.




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