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Central Elem. students make bookmarks, learn library etiquette

Pictured from left, front row: Nataly Mata, Nathan Toon, Clayton Pickard, Brooklyn Williams. Middle row: Mylee Hayes, Tara Nicholson, Gracie Webber, Gary Gipson. Back row: Gschwind, Collins and Walker Johnson. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools) Pictured from left, front row: Nataly Mata, Nathan Toon, Clayton Pickard, Brooklyn Williams. Middle row: Mylee Hayes, Tara Nicholson, Gracie Webber, Gary Gipson. Back row: Gschwind, Collins and Walker Johnson. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools)
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Graves County Central Elementary School recently hosted Graves County Public Library Director Deana Gschwind and cataloguer Melissa Collins to participate in the school professional learning communities program.

The two taught students about library and internet etiquette. They then led them in making bookmarks from duct tape.

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