Peaceful aspirations inspired by King

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Heather LoBiondo’s first grade class in the second row from left are Owen Nowalsky, Dominick Rummler, Michael Grohman, Quentin dela Cruz, Leonardo Catona and Elizabeth Martin. In front are Abigail Salmon, Jed Linstra, Isabel Zatorski,  Julia Strickland and Billy McNeill. (Submitted) Heather LoBiondo’s first grade class in the second row from left are Owen Nowalsky, Dominick Rummler, Michael Grohman, Quentin dela Cruz, Leonardo Catona and Elizabeth Martin. In front are Abigail Salmon, Jed Linstra, Isabel Zatorski, Julia Strickland and Billy McNeill. (Submitted)

Heather LoBiondo’s first-grade students at Port Republic School created textured peace signs and wrote about how the world could be a better and more peaceful place after learning about Martin Luther King Jr.

Students said they believe the world would be a better and more peaceful place if . . . “everybody had the chance to go on a nice vacation, had enough food and water, had a car to drive them where they need to go, eat ice cream everyday, had a bed to sleep in, we could all spend more time with our families, everyone was safe and nice to each other all the time, everyone had clothes and shoes to keep them warm, if less animals were sick and everybody had a home and a person to love them.”


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