One for the books! Snow can’t stop Read Aloud day

The Rev. Diane Monti-Catania led a frank discussion on racial discrimination, past and present, with the fourth- grade class. “Sometimes you have to break the rules to make the world a better place.” Photo by Alexander Wilburn

Like a chip placed right on the lucky number of a roulette wheel, Salisbury Central School’s (SCS) Read Aloud day hit the jackpot when it came to scheduling, narrowly avoiding cancellation. Flanked on either side by weather-related school closings on Tuesday and Thursday, Read Aloud day, held Wednesday, Feb. 8, miraculously dawned with clear roads, full classrooms and volunteers ready to go bright and early in the morning. 

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