Third -grade students at Washington Elementary School in the Bethel Park School District read the story “Ruby the Copycat” before pairing up with other students in their class to come to school dressed alike on Copycat Day. Some students took the copycat theme further than dressing alike; they also brought the same snacks to school that day. The students learned through the story that it’s not a good idea to copy someone to be accepted. Rather, it is more important to be liked for who you are. Pictured from left are Gianna Rich, Meghan Krapp and Jeescelle Esmalana from Mrs. Bombich’s room. Students from Mrs. Williams’ and Mrs. Sterbal’s rooms also participated in this activity.
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