Spooky literacy fun



Families with students in grades JK-4 at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Elementary School were invited to a special literacy event called “Spooky Stories Night” Thursday, Oct. 27. Parents learned the importance of literacy and acquired tips on how they can help their children improve comprehension and become better readers. The evening also included a demonstration of Destiny, the school’s online library catalog. Parents were shown how to look up library materials that match their child’s reading levels and were invited to set up Destiny parent accounts. Students spent the evening listening to stories and made a spooky craft. The night culminated with a fall snack and milk in the cafeteria. Families with students in grades JK-4 at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah Elementary School were invited to a special literacy event called “Spooky Stories Night” Thursday, Oct. 27. Parents learned the importance of literacy and acquired tips on how they can help their children improve comprehension and become better readers. The evening also included a demonstration of Destiny, the school’s online library catalog. Parents were shown how to look up library materials that match their child’s reading levels and were invited to set up Destiny parent accounts. Students spent the evening listening to stories and made a spooky craft. The night culminated with a fall snack and milk in the cafeteria.

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