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Thanking supporters of Husky Headlines, HES’ student-led newspaper

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Husky Headlines is the student-led newspaper at Hildreth Elementary School and I am the volunteer advisor. Anyone at HES is welcome to submit work to The Husky Headlines while students in third through fifth grade are welcome to attend meetings and create the core of the publication. Kids have shared articles on fishing, food reviews, movie and book reviews, history, current events, comics, fictional stories, games, illustrations, photography, and more.

I am writing in appreciation of those who have supported The Husky Headlines. Associate Principal Melissa Niland helps run HH twice a month before school starts, along with additional offline work that includes editing. Parent volunteers Amelia Ward, Donna Guarino, Nate Finch, and Matt Cronin have been essential in supporting the large group of students who work and collaborate on the learning stairs, in the hallways, technology classroom, and library.

The Harvard Schools Trust has graciously awarded Husky Headlines a generous grant for cameras and a lightbox. These are welcome tools for the kids to take photos of the new school, sports, assemblies, and town and school events. Kids are allowed to sign out a camera after school to capture photos of hikes, nature, animals, and after-school activities. The photos can stand alone or add to an article. Students can practice photojournalism, art photography, and most of all, using their voice.

Husky Headlines gives kids a platform to express themselves, and the Harvard Schools Trust has made their voices even stronger with the gift of these tools. It’s important to me that Husky Headlines remains open to any interested student at no cost to families. The generosity of the Harvard Schools Trust has helped to ensure this is possible. I encourage families to support the Harvard Schools Trust. To see issues of The Husky Headlines go to  https://tinyurl.com/y4ukeahp.

Jen Manell
Stow Road

Husky Headlines is the student-led newspaper at Hildreth Elementary School and I am the volunteer advisor. Anyone at HES is welcome to submit work to The Husky Headlines while students in third through fifth grade are welcome to attend meetings and create the core of the publication. Kids have shared articles on fishing, food reviews, movie and book reviews, history, current events, comics, fictional stories, games, illustrations, photography, and more.

I am writing in appreciation of those who have supported The Husky Headlines. Associate Principal Melissa Niland helps run HH twice a month before school starts, along with additional offline work that includes editing. Parent volunteers Amelia Ward, Donna Guarino, Nate Finch, and Matt Cronin have been essential in supporting the large group of students who work and collaborate on the learning stairs, in the hallways, technology classroom, and library.

The Harvard Schools Trust has graciously awarded Husky Headlines a generous grant for cameras and a lightbox. These are welcome tools for the kids to take photos of the new school, sports, assemblies, and town and school events. Kids are allowed to sign out a camera after school to capture photos of hikes, nature, animals, and after-school activities. The photos can stand alone or add to an article. Students can practice photojournalism, art photography, and most of all, using their voice.

Husky Headlines gives kids a platform to express themselves, and the Harvard Schools Trust has made their voices even stronger with the gift of these tools. It’s important to me that Husky Headlines remains open to any interested student at no cost to families. The generosity of the Harvard Schools Trust has helped to ensure this is possible. I encourage families to support the Harvard Schools Trust. To see issues of The Husky Headlines go to  https://tinyurl.com/y4ukeahp.

Jen Manell
Stow Road

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