“I did different reading, research, and writing activities. It is good exposure to different types of writing.”
– Rosemary Tedd, Fallbrook School, 3rd grade.

“Kids love the newspaper!.” 
– Tamara Zewe, Reingold Elementary, 4th grade.

“Very helpful to the community and to have the children involved with different topics.” – Theresa Kendra, Children’s Aid, Pre-K.

“Thank you for the newspapers you send every day. They have been used by the 5th graders. I enjoyed the workshops a lot and got many good ideas for the library.” 
– Marta Klemetti, Westminster Elementary, K-5.

“Enjoy getting papers – Great opportunity for current events! NCAA March Madness was Awesome!.” 
– Mary Beaudin, Gardner Middle School, 7th grade.

“My students always enjoyed reading, not just the mystery stories, but also comics, sports page, obituaries(very interesting) and want ads. What a treat to see them showing each other something they read in the newspaper.” 
– Joyce Messinger, Johnny Appleseed School, 5th Grade.

“Your newspaper is a great means of getting teens to read about real world items. I thank you for providing this service.” 
– Anthony Brown, Seven Hills Academy, 9 – 12 grades.

“I adapted many language arts activities to the high school level. We have 80 minute periods, so the cutting and pasting broke up the time and captured the kids interest.” 
– Margaret Hoyt, Athol High School, 9 – 12 grades.

“Your newspaper has a great educational effect on our learning.” 
– Antoine Djerkara, Crocker Elementary, 4th grade.

“Having extra activities to fit into my curriculum was great!” 
– Kim Graustein, St. Bernard’s Elementary, 4th grade.