Students from Liliana Pesce’s Grades 4 and 5 Muheim Elementary School class get a tutorial from Interior News publisher Grant Harris. (Liliana Pesce photo)

Celebrating literacy

Muheim Memorial Elementary students celebrate Family Literacy Week.

Students from Liliana Pesce’s Grades 4 and 5 Muheim Elementary School class present a thank-you poster to Janet Walford, owner of Mountain Eagle Books and Bistro.

The students celebrated Family Literacy week Jan. 23 with a tour of various literary places around Smithers including Mountain Eagle, the public library and the offices of The Interior News.

At The Interior News, one student and possibly a future editor with an eagle eye and making use of some literary skills even caught a typo.

 

Grades 4 and 5 Muheim Elementary School class at The Interior News on Family Literacy Day. (Liliana Pesce photo)

Thank-you poster presented to Janet Walford, owner of Mountain Eagle Books and Bistro, by Muheim Grades 4 and 5 students. (Liliana Pesce photo)

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