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Check in with some of the top stories from local schools this month:
Buckingham Friends School
First graders performed in their annual play onFriday, February 24, 2017.
Buckingham Elementary – Buckingham, PA
Jump Rope for Heart ❤️! Buckingham Elementary students raised $8,236 dollars for the American Heart Association.
Cold Spring Elementary – Doylestown, PA
CS grad, Marvin Johnson, reads to students about the Civil Rights Movement. His grandfather worked beside MLK Jr. during the movement. pic.twitter.com/eSV75btTJY
— CS Elementary (@CBColdSpringES) February 24, 2017
Holicong Middle School – Doylestown, PA
— CB Holicong MS (@CBHolicongMS) February 2, 2017
Gayman Elementary – Doylestown, PA
Father-Daughter Dance was a hit! Dads and darling daughters dressed to the 9’s danced and had a blast!! pic.twitter.com/BcRT8qB0Je
— Gayman Elementary (@CBGaymanES) February 13, 2017
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School – Doylestown, PA
Linden Elementary – Doylestown
Sixth graders turn trash into treasured art pieces. pic.twitter.com/v25P050s8x
— CBDoyleElem (@CBDoyleElem) February 22, 2017