Epiphany celebrates authors, artists on Literacy Night

Hundreds of Epiphany Catholic School students and their families celebrated literacy April 11 at the school’s annual Literacy Night.

Sixth-graders Chris Thomas and Louis Kernar get a chuckle out of science teacher Eric Gunderson’s explanation of the dynamics of air pressures.Photo by Sue Austreng

Sixth-graders Chris Thomas and Louis Kernar get a chuckle out of science teacher Eric Gunderson’s explanation of the dynamics of air pressures.Photo by Sue Austreng

With the theme, “Celebrating Authors and Artists,” visitors were invited to wander through the classrooms and hallways, stop by the gymnasium, the science room, the media center and the music room.

Around every corner, Epiphany’s own young authors and artists were on display.

Not only that, children’s book author Teresa Campbell was on site, selling and signing copies of her book, “If I Had a Wish.”

Refreshments were offered in the cafeteria and folks could toast their love of literacy with juice and a cookie.

Sue Austreng is at sue.austreng@ecm-inc.com

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