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Third-graders in Jamie Massey’s class at Claremont Elementary School weren’t just the students this week, they were the teachers, as they informed other students about their findings during their unit on Native Americans. Karissa Boudreaux, left, and Mary Jane Hopper display their dioramas and tell other students about the practices and homes of their respective Native American tribes. Third-graders in Teri Launius, Jamie Massey, Beth Caldwell and Lisa Fink’s class also participated in the grade-wide project.


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