AAPS Link: Scarlett students & Holocaust survivor share refugee experiences

 
 

AAPS District News Editor Jo Mathis reports on last week’s assembly at Scarlett Middle School auditorium that featured students and a Holocaust survivor who shared their experiences with sixth graders.

The panel discussion was the culmination of a unit where sixth graders read the book “Refugee,” which tells the story of a Jewish boy during the Holocaust, a Cuban refugee during the 1994 refugee crisis, and a young Syrian refugee.

Check at the coverage at: http://news.a2schools.org/scarlett-students-share-their-refugee-experiences-with-holocaust-survivor/

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