RAHWAY—Kristine Richert’s second grade students at Franklin School in Rahway recently learned about animals that live under the sea, in order to help keep Superintendent Frank Buglione safe as he explores the ocean.
The more books the students read, the deeper in the ocean Buglione goes. The students created a photo story about the animals Buglione might see on his under sea adventure and included an important fact about each animal.
The students enjoyed making the photo story and Buglione enjoyed watching the project they created.
Superintendent Frank Buglione and teacher Kristine Richert stand with students, after viewing their photo story. Pictured from back to front are Aniya Butler, Zaniya Small, Valentina Diaz, Dante Puma, Devon Bertram, Breanna Dubinin, Amber Simon, Beswa Dominguez, Joseph Jimenez, Kevin Germain, Sabrina Gonzalez, Luis Garcia, Aksel Marmol (Front row) Oscar Naranjo, Nicholas Brown, Jaryd Raiford, Joseph Dunaway, Eliani Arrue, Ashley Bausch, and Kaitlyn Blair.
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