KidsPost toy team did a seriously good job at playing with toys

Third grader teacher, Elle M. Carabetta - Randle Highlands Elementary School third graders: Shaniyah Robinson, age 8 and Trayvon Owens, age 8 and Nikia Green, age 8

Our colleagues at Newspapers in Education (NI E), which gives local schools access to The Washington Post and other resources, found eager toy testers for KidsPost at 10 NIE-participating schools. Thank you so much to the students who worked (and played) hard for this year’s test:

Second grade: Cheryl Hylton Rucker’s class at Lewisdale Elementary School in Hyattsville and students at Bristow Run Elementary School in Bristow, where gifted resource teacher Tom Gurney coordinated. Third grade: Elle M. Carabetta’s class at Randle Highlands Elementary School in Washington and students at Franconia’s Rose Hill Elementary School, where instructional coach Judith Brand coordinated. Fourth grade: Lauren Dawson’s class at Campbell Elementary School in Arlington, where librarian Beth Decker coordinated, and Mary Ellen Zavaleta’s class at Cherry Run Elementary School in Burke. Fifth grade: Students at Germantown Elementary School, where media specialist Kathleen Spiro coordinated, and Jennifer Kianka’s class at Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School in Ashburn. Sixth grade: Students at Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School in Falls Church, where gifted/talented specialist Pam Wilke coordinated, and Jenny Nachmar’s class at Our Lady of Mercy School in Potomac.

 
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