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- Sally, by students in Ms. Kent’s class, Spring 2020.Once upon a time there was a girl named Sally. Sally Hensen was her full name. Sally lived on a farm until she was 12. Sally Hensen was a very nice, kind, and generous girl. When she was in first grade, she would always share her snack with her classmates (which she wasn’t supposed to do).Read More Read Less
When she got older she shared even more and more; she shared even more than her snacks. Every month she would go with her mom to go to the clothing donation with her mom to donate some clothes to the homeless. On the day she was told she was moving, she was excited and scared and she was going to live with her cousins in Cornelia Town. Her parents couldn’t move because there was too much work on the farm.
What are teachers saying?
"I’m getting to see a side of students that I have never seen before. Students who are normally very quiet and barely talk in class are speaking up and sharing their ideas - oh my gosh, it’s wonderful to see!" Ms John, grade 5 teacher