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Previous Coverage
Middle School students from Mrs. Dortch's class presented a play about "Talking Leaves". They told the story of Sequoyah's struggles to develop the Cherokee alphabet. Sequoyah was played by Jono Nair and his daughter (Ayok) was played by Liberty Robbins.
Mrs. Fain (with an assist from Middle School students) displays some examples of her 4th graders work. She explained how she tried to involve her students in the Indian history they have been studying.
Some of the history papers written by Mrs. Tomlison's 8th graders.
A sample from the slide show presented by Ted Wright this week to the Middle School students of Mrs. Tomlison and Mrs. Dortch. The presentation focused on Collinsville's Indian heritage and a bit about Collinsville schools.
Some of Mrs. Dortch's students getting ready for the slide show of Collinsville history presented by Mr.Wright.
Mrs. Fain's Class at Newspaper Museum