Monday, February 13, 2017

‘Stories Alive’ at Bellview school

Side-view of red cart on three wheels, with handle-bars and decorative steering wheel, emblazoned with the words 'Story Machine' in white. Above, smaller black letters say, 'Dream Big.'

The “Stories Alive” story-collecting machine is at Bellview Elementary School, and will accept students’ contributions throughout the month of February.

Stories Alive transforms students’ creative writing into artistic performances. Throughout February, writer’s workshops are offered at Bellview for students in grades 2 to 5. Kindergarteners and first-graders are invited to writer’s workshops at the Ashland Public Library.

Actors will perform several students’ work during a school assembly on Tuesday, March 21. Students’ creations will also be compiled and published in a book.

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