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Local business sponsors puppet program at Harry Hoag Elementary

Students learned about emotions, how to make themselves feel happy, and how to get help when they are sad or uncomfortable.

group of elementary students pose in a school library holding puppetsPuppets in Education came to FPCSD! Harry Hoag Elementary School students enjoyed an interactive performance of a program titled “Day of Feelings.”  Students learned about emotions, how to make themselves feel happy, and how to get help when they are sad or uncomfortable.

The presentation was funded by Fuccillo Chevrolet of Nelliston, which also gave ten 25-inch puppets to the school so students can continue their creative education.

Puppets in Education is a program of the nonprofit Vermont Family Network. The program is in its 39th year, serving more than 10,000 children and adults annually to address a range of topics.

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