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Characters come alive at Catholic Schools Week

St. Michael's students gave up their traditional school clothes Tuesday and donned some literary fiction costumes. 130 kids from pre-kindergarten to 5th grade dressed as their favorite characters and read with parents and volunteers as part of ca...

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Xavier Humphrey-Canon, Evelyn Sperle, and Devon Evavold read during Catholic Schools Week reading day on Tuesday, Jan 27, 2015, at St, Michael's School in Grand Forks, N.D. (Logan Werlinger/Grand Forks Herald)

St. Michael's students gave up their traditional school clothes Tuesday and donned some literary fiction costumes. 130 kids from pre-kindergarten to 5th grade dressed as their favorite characters and read with parents and volunteers as part of catholic schools week faith, knowledge, and service theme. 

"We value the role parents play in academics so we try to have as many opportunities to have them engaged." Said Sara Dudley, Associate Principal.

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