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Korn Elementary School celebrated Dot Day on Sept. 12. Staff and students wore clothing with dots and grade levels paired-up for special activities to celebrate. Dot Day, celebrated internationally, is named for the classic Peter H. Reynolds storybook “The Dot”. The book shares the story of a girl who begins a journey of self-discovery after a caring teacher challenges her to“make her mark.” Pictured are Korn students making their mark. | (Submitted by Eileen Chupron)



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