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Fourth Grade Learns About Life In Rwanda

Fourth Grade Learns About Life In Rwanda

dsc07395Emily Levy, sister of Tess and John Lanza (Grades 2 & 4), visited the fourth grade today to share some of her experiences from her trip to Rwanda this past summer. Levy, a student in the Babson College Women’s Leadership Program, visited the African nation to promote entrepreneurship and teach life business skills to school children – specifically young girls.

The students in Mrs. Joubert and Mrs. Weiner’s classes took a keen interest in her presentation. They will do extensive research on the continent of Africa, eventually selecting a country to study indepth. Their efforts culminate in April when they perform African plays and represent their chosen nation at an African travel agency they will create in the Lunch Room.