Students at Exeter’s Wyoming Area Catholic School enjoy books and brunch

April 19th, 2017 2:44 pm

EXETER — Fourth-grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic School recently took part in the annual fourth-grade Books and Brunch project.

Under the guidance of their teacher, James Renfer, the students read a biography for the month of March. The biographies read covered a variety of subjects, from members of Three Stooges and thoroughbred racing legend Seabiscuit to “Diary of A Wimpy Kid” author Jeff Kinney and American aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart.

Students were also asked to create a three dimensional model of the person (or horse) they read about. They presented their models to their class during an oral presentation, and each student shared facts and information about his or her book.

After the class presentation, students celebrated their completed projects with brunch.

Fourth-grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic School in Exeter hold their three dimensional biography subjects. The students created the models after reading a biography about their subject. From left, kneeling, are Katie Morgan, Lily Kasa, Christian Renfer, Mark Talarico and Michael Oncay. Standing, Kendall Morris, Samara Bellas, Isabella Serkosky, Michael Weiss, Brandon Cegelka, Ian Harris, Allie Mozeleski and Abby Butler.
http://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_book-brunch-untoned.jpgFourth-grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic School in Exeter hold their three dimensional biography subjects. The students created the models after reading a biography about their subject. From left, kneeling, are Katie Morgan, Lily Kasa, Christian Renfer, Mark Talarico and Michael Oncay. Standing, Kendall Morris, Samara Bellas, Isabella Serkosky, Michael Weiss, Brandon Cegelka, Ian Harris, Allie Mozeleski and Abby Butler.


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