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Author visits Granite Quarry Elementary

On Oct. 10, Dicy McCullough, local children’s author and retired Rowan-Salisbury Schools music teacher, spent the day with the students of Granite Quarry Elementary School. McCullough spoke to the students about her books, “Tired of my Bath” and “Tired of School.” She entertained more than 500 students with musical presentations of her books and discussed her author’s craft with the older students. She shared articles she’s written for the Salisbury Post and provided a preview of her newest text, “Tired of Being Bullied.” The purpose of her visit was to share literature from the author’s perspective and to inspire students to read and appreciate the art of written language.
Granite Quarry Elementary is committed to providing rich literacy experiences for their students.

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