Wednesday, December 20, 2017

#ThankfulThursday: Students Continue To See "Wonder"

We are grateful that teachers across the country are bringing their students to see "Wonder" in theaters. The latest group of students to read the book and see the movie are from Woodland, California. Many schools in the Woodland district went, the middle school students learning about empathy and bullying through the R.J. Palacio's story brought to life on the big screen. High school students analyzed some of the movie-making magic that went into the film. Sounds like the Woodland students had a great time. The faculty and staff of the school system should be commended for their creative approach to incorporating the book and movie into their curriculum.

If you plan on seeing the film, please go to the Filmraiser site to purchase tickets. One dollar from each ticket sale will be donated to Children's Craniofacial Association.

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