Second grader, Sergio Barrios, gave his pinwheel a little boost of air during Reddick Elementary School’s Pinwheel for Peace Picnic. Every student in the school made his or her own pinwheel under the direction of Susan Turpyn, art specialist, and the school was a flurry of beautiful, artistic pinwheels as students and staff celebrated the International Day of Peace. Ellen Kleinschmidt, music specialist, provided songs and dances, and writing resource teacher, Michelle Migliaro, guided students in essays about what peace means to them.
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