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The Community Joins Students for a Hispanic Heritage Read-In

For Immediate Release
PR20182019- Bullock Hispanic Read-In
October 30, 2018

 

We Thank Parents, Rowan Faculty, Staff and Friends for Making Our Hispanic Heritage Read-In a Success!

 

We count ourselves lucky to have so many wonderful volunteers in our community! Parents, Rowan faculty, Glassboro School District staff and friends visited our classrooms on October 19 for Bullock's Hispanic Heritage Read-In. These volunteers took turns reading in classrooms throughout the building. Children enjoyed hearing books that included Spanish vocabulary words, featured other countries and/or were written by Hispanic authors.

Eshe Price reads to Mrs. Budney's Class.

Our Rowan University professor in residence, Eshe Price, read "Drum Dream Girl" to teacher Laure Budney's class

 

Here IliaGarcia from Univision Television reads to a class.

Ilia Garcia from Univision read to in a Sonya Harris/Sarah Rondeau's classroom. Univision is an multimedia, American company that broadcasts in Spanish. She read the book "Island Born."

 

Kelly Hughes reads Maria Had a Little Lamb.

Parent Kelly Hughes read "Maria Had a Little Lamb". She is pictured in teacher Andrea Dalfonso's class.

 

Dr. Seltzer is shown reading to Stephanie Bernsteil's Class.

Dr. Kate Seltzer, from Rowan University, read the book Quinto's Neighborhood/El Veundario de Quinto, to teacher Stephanie Bernsteil's class.

Mrs. Kornicki reads to students.  

Technology Coach Sue Kornicki read "Just a Minute: A Trickster Tale and Counting Book" to teacher Venetia Miner's class. The book introduces counting in English and Spanish. The author, Yuyi Morales, is an artist who grew up in Mexico.

Mrs. Martin reads to Simberg/Applegate's class.

This is Mrs. Martin, reading "Roberto Walks Home," in Desarea Chiarelli/Jackie Applegate's class.

Mrs. Aruffo Reads at Bullock.

Gifted and talented program teacher Mary Aruffo joined Michele Rullo/Katie Evans' class at the Hispanic Heritage Read-In.