Altrusa helps Bright Elementary


Recently, two Bright Elementary Language Arts teachers were awarded grants to help support their literary instruction. Altrusa member Barbara Yochum visited Bright Elementary and presented Stephanie Noe and Natasha Shelton with checks that will be used to purchase books for their classroom libraries. Yochum also took time to speak to second graders about the important work that Altrusa does in Highland County and the importance of reading. All students in the first and second grades were given books to take home. Also, earlier in the year all sixth graders received books to take home. Bright Elementary enjoyed the visit with Yochum and appreciates the continued support that Altrusa provides to Highland County’s schools and local communities. Pictured on one photo, l-r, are Noe, Yochum and Shelton. In the other photo, Melissa Docter’s second grade class is shown with Yochum and Bright Elementary Principal Michael Bick, far right.


Recently, two Bright Elementary Language Arts teachers were awarded grants to help support their literary instruction. Altrusa member Barbara Yochum visited Bright Elementary and presented Stephanie Noe and Natasha Shelton with checks that will be used to purchase books for their classroom libraries. Yochum also took time to speak to second graders about the important work that Altrusa does in Highland County and the importance of reading. All students in the first and second grades were given books to take home. Also, earlier in the year all sixth graders received books to take home. Bright Elementary enjoyed the visit with Yochum and appreciates the continued support that Altrusa provides to Highland County’s schools and local communities. Pictured on one photo, l-r, are Noe, Yochum and Shelton. In the other photo, Melissa Docter’s second grade class is shown with Yochum and Bright Elementary Principal Michael Bick, far right.

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Recently, two Bright Elementary Language Arts teachers were awarded grants to help support their literary instruction. Altrusa member Barbara Yochum visited Bright Elementary and presented Stephanie Noe and Natasha Shelton with checks that will be used to purchase books for their classroom libraries. Yochum also took time to speak to second graders about the important work that Altrusa does in Highland County and the importance of reading. All students in the first and second grades were given books to take home. Also, earlier in the year all sixth graders received books to take home. Bright Elementary enjoyed the visit with Yochum and appreciates the continued support that Altrusa provides to Highland County’s schools and local communities. Pictured on one photo, l-r, are Noe, Yochum and Shelton. In the other photo, Melissa Docter’s second grade class is shown with Yochum and Bright Elementary Principal Michael Bick, far right.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/05/web1_Altrusa-pic-2.jpgRecently, two Bright Elementary Language Arts teachers were awarded grants to help support their literary instruction. Altrusa member Barbara Yochum visited Bright Elementary and presented Stephanie Noe and Natasha Shelton with checks that will be used to purchase books for their classroom libraries. Yochum also took time to speak to second graders about the important work that Altrusa does in Highland County and the importance of reading. All students in the first and second grades were given books to take home. Also, earlier in the year all sixth graders received books to take home. Bright Elementary enjoyed the visit with Yochum and appreciates the continued support that Altrusa provides to Highland County’s schools and local communities. Pictured on one photo, l-r, are Noe, Yochum and Shelton. In the other photo, Melissa Docter’s second grade class is shown with Yochum and Bright Elementary Principal Michael Bick, far right.