By Shirley ShumanFrom 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, the middle school cafeteria was the venue for a literacy fair developed and presented by English teacher James King’s sixth grade students. The purpose of the fair, King explained, was “the promotion of famous authors and books to get more people to read those books.”A total of 80 projects—41 individual and 40 partnered, were on display during the two hour fair. The project involved serious preparation and the instructor pointed out that it covered many, if not most, of the state’s objectives for a sixth . . .
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