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Students promote reading

March 1, 2013

CSC Communication Arts major Samuel Parker entertained questions about college life Friday, March 1 at Kenwood Elementary school in Chadron. Parker, a student in Shaunda French's Media Law, attended the classroom as part of Read Across America. Parker told the class his goal is to work for a magazine. CSC Communication Arts major Samuel Parker entertained questions about college life Friday, March 1 at Kenwood Elementary school in Chadron. Parker, a student in Shaunda French's Media Law, attended the classroom as part of Read Across America. Parker told the class his goal is to work for a magazine.
(Upper right) Stephanie Eggleston, Ashley Swanson and Samuel Parker answered questions about books and reading from Nancy Kay Anderson's fourth grade Kenwood class Friday, March 1. The interaction was planned by Media Law instructor Shaunda French to coordinate with the National Education Association's Read Across America promotion today. (Upper right) Stephanie Eggleston, Ashley Swanson and Samuel Parker answered questions about books and reading from Nancy Kay Anderson's fourth grade Kenwood class Friday, March 1. The interaction was planned by Media Law instructor Shaunda French to coordinate with the National Education Association's Read Across America promotion today.
CSC Communication Arts majors Mouhamed Diop and Justy Bullington led Kenwood fourth graders in a cheer about the love of reading and the fun of books Friday, March 1. The local promotion was tied into the National Education Association's Read Across America campaign. Shaunda French, who instructs Media Law at CSC, required it as part of her mid-term exam. CSC Communication Arts majors Mouhamed Diop and Justy Bullington led Kenwood fourth graders in a cheer about the love of reading and the fun of books Friday, March 1. The local promotion was tied into the National Education Association's Read Across America campaign. Shaunda French, who instructs Media Law at CSC, required it as part of her mid-term exam.

Shaunda French's Media Law class reached out to children in Kenwood elementary school March 1 to promote reading. The effort was part of the National Education Association's Read Across America campaign. "I think it's important for our students to engage with the community in service like this. I required it as part of my mid-term," said French.

When asked by the children what books they liked most when growing up, Samuel Parker of Harrison, Neb. responded with the "Chronicles of Narnia" and Ashley Swanson indicated that "Goosebumps" was her favorite.

—Tena L. Cook, Interim Marketing Coordinator

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