Bower Hill Enrichment Teacher Lora O’Brien has earned a package of educational tools from WQED following her submissions to the PBS Kids Go! Writer’s Competition. While none of O’Brien’s students were named winners, she was recognized for having the most students participate in the competition with 58 second- and third-graders in all. Each year O’Brien organizes the event where students write and illustrate their own stories. The educational resources sent by WQED include books, CDs and other tools to encourage reading and writing at the elementary level.
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