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Students Celebrate International Dot Day

A group of international students posing in front of a dot day sign to celebrate.

Kindergarten through fifth grade students celebrated International Dot Day today! They really showed their creativity in dressing down with dots, lots of dots! They participated in various activities in resource classes that included glow-in-the-dark bubbles, songs, a read aloud of “The Dot” by Peter Reynolds, a “make a mark”challenge, an obliteration room, and much more. So much fun!

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