K Everyday students visit Harold and his purple crayon

On Thursday, Feb. 2, Sunrise River School kindergarten students, enrolled in the North Branch Area Public Schools K Everyday fee-based program, attended Harold and the Purple Crayon at the Children’s Theatre in the Twin Cities. 

This activity was made possible in part by grant funds from the East Central Regional Development Commission and the East Central Arts Council as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature, and submitted by Community Education Director Jeanne Leland and district grant writer Patrick Tepoorten.

The students will put on a performance based on the experience at Many Flags of North Branch on Friday, Feb. 10, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Sunrise River School. Pictured with the students are left, Kindergarten teacher Juli Summer and right: Youth Connections Assistant Anne Gauvin.

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