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EDITH WILLIAMS SCHOOL STARTS READING NIGHTS

Oct. 26, 2003 — Family Reading Nights on Monday evenings at the Edith Williams School library start Oct. 27 and continue through Dec. 15.
Students and their families and invited to come together to share special reading time from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. each Monday.
"Families will be sure to have fun spending quality time together in an activity that is wholesome and promotes good reading habits," said Principal Carolyn Archer in a release. "Literacy activities and arts and crafts will also be part of the weekly program. Take a break from your busy schedule and spend some family time together at Edith Williams library."
The program is part of a V.I. Education Department initiative to encourage parent involvement and improve students' reading skills.

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