On Thursday morning, April 7, Cabot School will welcome the Reading to End Racism program. The racial justice program uses trained adult community volunteers to read to elementary students in their classrooms. Through the sharing of award-winning books and personal stories, they will begin a discussion with the children about the power of racial justice and equality. The event kicks off with a short assembly in the gym at 9:00 a.m., where students will meet the volunteer readers who will be coming to their classrooms. The Reading to End Racism is active in a number of communities in Vermont. We are excited to bring it to Cabot School.
Cabot Welcomes Reading to End Racism
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