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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Heather Slagle looks on as daughter Sarah Slagle, 5, works on her mummy craft after hearing the story “Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble” during Skyline Elementary's fiesta-themed reading night Thursday. Students also made sombrero cookies and families ate tacos and chips and salsa from El Espolon for dinner.
Nicole Cooke | Democrat Heather Slagle looks on as daughter Sarah Slagle, 5, works on her mummy craft after hearing the story “Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble” during Skyline Elementary's fiesta-themed reading night Thursday. Students also made sombrero cookies and families ate tacos and chips and salsa from El Espolon for dinner.
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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Heather Slagle looks on as daughter Sarah Slagle, 5, works on her mummy craft after hearing the story “Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble” during Skyline Elementary’s fiesta-themed reading night Thursday. Students also made sombrero cookies and families ate tacos and chips and salsa from El Espolon for dinner.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Marsha Silvey, the deaf education teacher at Skyline Elementary, reads “Skippyjon Jones Cirque de Ole” by Judy Schachner to a packed library on Tuesday during Skyline Elementary’s reading night.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Third grade teacher Jessica Lorenz, known as Señora Libre for the night, reads “The Fiesta Dress” to a group of students after families finished their taco dinner on Tuesday at Skyline Elementary’s fiesta-themed reading night.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Carrie Homan and her daughters Lauren, 7, and Grace, 4, read through the back of the books Lauren chose so they can decide which ones to purchase at the book fair during Skyline Elementary’s reading night on Tuesday.


 
 
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