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Crossroads Elementary recently hosted two week-long summer reading camps
for students from kindergartners to fifth graders.
Students got to hone their reading skills and become more familiar with Bullitt County Public Schools Compass Learning software, while also taking part in art and drama activities intended to stoke their creativity and encourage them to be more expressive.
At the end of the camps, participants put on short plays for their friends and families. The props and masks used in the plays were created by the students themselves.
Parents who were unable to attend can get DVDs of the performances from
Crossroads around the start of the coming school year.
The camps were coordinated by third grade teacher Brandy Howard, first grade teacher Leslie Weihe, fourth grade teacher Brandi Forman, and former student teacher Michelle Beaton.
Support for the summer reading camp was provided by the Crossroads/Old Mill Family Resource Center.