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Cultural fair showcases Fairley third-graders’ work

The upstairs at Fairley Elementary School took parents and students on a cross-country journey during the annual cultural fair.

Each third-grade class selected a country of interest and studied its customs and traditions. Students learned about geography in Brazil, family crests in Ireland, symbolic dragons in China, language in Spain and weather in Australia.

Teacher Jodi Kraeger said the annual event provides students with a more in-depth learning experience.

“They created dioramas, brochures and wrote a persuasive paragraph to convince potential tourists to visit the country,” Kraeger said. “It was a fun, immersive lesson.”

Students showcased their projects after school hours, as they brought parents and siblings into the building to view the work that was on display.


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Christopher Staats, Superintendent
928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

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