Words for Thirds come to Vallecitos School


Thursday, February 13th, 2014
Issue 07, Volume 18.


Words for Thirds come to Vallecitos School - Lucette Moramarco photo. - The third graders at Vallecitos School display their new dictionaries, donated by Rainbow Valley Grange on Jan. 31. This is the eighth third grade class at the school to benefit from the Dictionary Project’s Words for Thirds program.
The third graders at Vallecitos School display their new dictionaries, donated by Rainbow Valley Grange on Jan. 31. This is the eighth third grade class at the school to benefit from the Dictionary Project’s Words for Thirds program.

Words for Thirds come to Vallecitos School - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Vallecitos students Lisandro Orozco, left, and Billy Cable use guide words to try to find “grange” in their new dictionaries. (While the word had been in an earlier edition, they found out it has been taken out of dictionary.)
Vallecitos students Lisandro Orozco, left, and Billy Cable use guide words to try to find “grange” in their new dictionaries. (While the word had been in an earlier edition, they found out it has been taken out of dictionary.)

Words for Thirds come to Vallecitos School - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Looking for the word “community” are, from left, front row, Estevan Aguirre, Isabel Zamudio; middle row, Ailiene Cruz, Kelsey Rossi; back row, Gabriella Leon and Leo Hernandez. The money to buy the dictionaries was raised by Grange members with a bake sale at the annual community picnic.
Looking for the word “community” are, from left, front row, Estevan Aguirre, Isabel Zamudio; middle row, Ailiene Cruz, Kelsey Rossi; back row, Gabriella Leon and Leo Hernandez. The money to buy the dictionaries was raised by Grange members with a bake sale at the annual community picnic.

Words for Thirds come to Vallecitos School - Lucette Moramarco photo. - Ray Hanbeck’s third graders, from left, Pablo Trejo, Amy Cruz (face not shown), Miguel Maldonado, and Jennifer Diaz practice using the guide words at the top of the page to find words in the dictionary. The dictionaries are theirs to keep to use throughout their education.
Ray Hanbeck’s third graders, from left, Pablo Trejo, Amy Cruz (face not shown), Miguel Maldonado, and Jennifer Diaz practice using the guide words at the top of the page to find words in the dictionary. The dictionaries are theirs to keep to use throughout their education.


 

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