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Glassboro Students Learn About Strong Women at Women's History Read-In

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PR018019-Women’s History Read-In
March 27, 2019

 Principal Danielle Sneathen is pictured reading.

 

Glassboro Students Learn About Strong Women at Women's History Read-In

 

Harvey Rodgers School students learned about strong, creative, and powerful women and girls this month. The Glassboro school hosted a Women’s History Read-In and women from the Glassboro Public School District visited classrooms as guest readers. Books included “Malala’s Magic Pencil” by Malala Yousafzai, “Alex and the Amazing Lemonade Stand” by Liz and Jay Scott, “Mae Among the Stars” by Roda Ahmed, “Free as a Bird: The Story of Malala” by Lina Maslo, and others. Dr. Danielle F. Sneathen, principal of Glassboro High School is pictured above reading to prekindergarten students. Other guest readers included J. Harvey Rodgers School Acting Principal Danielle Sochor, Thomas E. Bowe School Assistant Principal Kelly Marchese, Child Study Team (CST) Supervisor Christine Williams, technology coach Sue Kornicki, teachers Maureen Morrison, Nicole Werner and Cheryl Tartaglione, CST members Andrea Giroux, Gina Keating and Melody Olaye, guidance counselor Nicole Pacera, and Gina Heller, J. Harvey Rodgers School’s professor in residence from Rowan University.

Gina Keating is pictured here.

Gina Keating, Child Study Team

Melody Olaye is pictured.
Gina Keating, Child Study Team

Christine Williams is pictured.
Christine Williams, supervisor, Child Study Team

Sue Kornicki is pictured.
Sue Kornicki, technology coach

Maureen Morrison is pictured.
Maureen Morrison, GHS teacher