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Posted: Thursday, 31 October 2013 5:00PM

Learn Vocabulary Takes On New Look At Millbrooke



Five students at Millbrooke Elementary School now have bragging rights after winning the first ever Vocabulary Parade. The event held Thursday morning allowed 5th grade students to dress as vocabulary words, and Dana Patterson says the idea is something she participated in before.


   
She adds they emphasized to the students that the outfits need to be school related.


   
The five students were awarded prize packs, certificates and bragging rights. The students were able to pick from five categories-writing, reading, math, science, and social studies. The parade was judged by Hopkinsville Mayor Dan Kemp, Christian County Sheriff's Deputy Stevie Tucker, and Zaxby's Manager Lucretia Wilford.

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