Two neighborhood schools came together for World Literacy Day, on the evening of September 8. Jesuit students and teachers read books in 15 different languages to children at Nathan Adams Elementary. They dressed in cultural attire to give the kids a truly immersive experience. The youngsters “travelled” with appropriate documentation, of course. “Passports” were stamped by representatives at each station they visited.
Check out these photos from their journey:
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