"
Newspaper Archive of
Cuba Free Press
Cuba, Missouri
Lyft
April 3, 2003     Cuba Free Press
PAGE 25     (25 of 32 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 25     (25 of 32 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 3, 2003
 

Newspaper Archive of Cuba Free Press produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




The Cuba Free Press Feature IC April 3, 2003 Students enjoy NIE Night at Elementary in thought, Heather Gahr, thinks about what to write during the recent Newspapers Night held at the Elementary School. At right: Free Press employee Sandy Morice 1o a group of children. the children that attended the Newspapers in Education Night gathered together for a group photo. Flat lat person, from Mrs. Hayes' first grade class in Archie, Missouri, attended the event also. Below left: Lena break from writing a story. (Stories from that night appear on the following page.) Below middle: Colby for a word while working on the word search. Below right: Joy Brandenburger helps Kelsey Calhoun baPer hat. In its first year, Free Press in Education night was a success! Held in the Cuba Elementary cafeteria on March 20 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., more than twenty-seven elementary students and their par- ents came to partake in reading, writing, game and craft activi- ties. The event celebrated Newspaper in Education Week and the students learned more about their weekly newspaper, having fun all the while. Children were divided into groups and sent to the various activity stations headed up by Cuba Free Press employees. Joy Brandenburger, Tracy Brandenburger and Rob Viehman instructed children on how to make pressman's hats out of news- paper. Russ New and Christy Nixon assisted children in a scav- enger hunt. Coloring activities and word finds were also available at the game table. Sandy Morice read stories about reading, writing and the news- paper to students. Chris Case led a writing segment. Dori Perry was responsible for capturing the evening on "film". Robin New greeted participants at the door and recorded their attendance. After all their hard work, the students were rewarded with punch and cookies. The Cuba Free Press is intent on increasing its involvement with students. Thanks to Cuba Elementary Principal, Diane Haggard for her enthusiasm and help in coordinating the event, and thanks to all who attended. We had a great time. Be prepared for even more fun next year! :i At left: Sheila Rogers helps her daughter Alexa look through the newspaper for items for the scavenger hunt. CFP employee Russ New checks to see if Blake'Rogers needs assistance. Above: Ryan and Hannah Weaver spend some time working on coloring pages. Read the newspaper to your children