Everyone from Captain Underpants to Cinderella to the Cat in the Hat were present in Mrs. Delaurier’s Grade 2 class on Jan. 26 as the class participated in Family Literacy Day. The actual day, which is marked nation-wide, was on Jan. 27. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

Our Lady of the Rosary participates in Family Literacy Day

Students dressed as their favourite literary character for the day

Many students from Ecole Our Lady of the Rosary School came to school dressed as their favourite literary character on Jan. 26. The school was one of many in town to celebrate the day of reading. With the students dressed as their favourite characters, they were able to discuss their favourite books and characters very easily.

Throughout the day the students also took the time to read or be read to.


A large number of students in Mrs. Cowie’s Grade 3 class came dressed as various literary characters on Jan. 26. The class also participated in a little pizza party, that one students and her family provided to the class. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

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