Summer Adventure Camp students take a bow at matinee performance


Chloe Peterson

SCHOOL'S IN FOR SUMMER – Being in the classroom in the summertime is good for all kinds of reasons. Reading is one. Bonding is another. Playing is a third. Performing is a fourth. And imagining, whether as princesses, pirates, space explorers, sailors or original creations that will completely surprise and delight when told is perhaps the greatest gifts at all. This was a reading of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."

Summer school is all about enhancing student performance.

And at La Conner Schools, student performance comes in multiple ways, shapes and forms and is not limited to pencil and paper drills.

Elementary school pupils provided a perfect example Thursday afternoon, presenting a rendition of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" before a standing room-only audience of proud family members and friends.

Superintendent Will Nelson and Braves Club Director Marlene Brenton attended. They crafted the framework for the activity oriented La Conner Schools Summer Adventure Camp program along with the rec...

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