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A Child's Fantasy
With the anticipation of the arrival of
the Easter Bunny, all twelve of the first
graders try to get a good nights rest,
for in the morning everyone will race
to see the gifts, candies, and colorful
eggs left by the ageless Easter Bunny
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First Grade: A New Experience
Getting up early, learning to read and write
were only two of the new experiences awaken-
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year of school. In a sense the entire year was
an unforgettable experience. Going to pep
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Thomasville, and meeting new people were all
full of excitement and fun for the first grade.
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of girls is finishing a reading assignment.
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Aside from the regular class work,
the second graders made some new
and interesting discoveries about
life around them. ln Thomasville,
the class visited the library, Greer's
and the post office where they
learned about the operation of
each. On their class trip to Selma,
they visited the fire station and the
Coca Cola Bottling Co. At the fire
station they were allowed to ex-
amine the fire trucks and the fire
fighting equipment. When they
visited the Coca Cola Bottling Co.,
they were given free drinks, which
were well appreciated by them.
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