Breakfast Bards

Teachers observe National Poetry Week by sharing their favorite poems with coffee and pastry

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Breakfast Bards

Ms. Jackson and Ms. Rogers read a series of angry haikus which earned the approval of audience members including Mr. Stanchos. Photo by Dave Winter.

Ms. Jackson and Ms. Rogers read a series of angry haikus which earned the approval of audience members including Mr. Stanchos. Photo by Dave Winter.

Ms. Jackson and Ms. Rogers read a series of angry haikus which earned the approval of audience members including Mr. Stanchos. Photo by Dave Winter.

Ms. Jackson and Ms. Rogers read a series of angry haikus which earned the approval of audience members including Mr. Stanchos. Photo by Dave Winter.


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In this week’s edition of #TuesdayTop10, we take you to the libary this morning where teachers shared their favorite poems in a special National Poetry Week-themed breakfast reading with coffee, pastries and a wonderfully diverse array of poetry readings: everything from poems celebrating motherhood, to angry haikus, from beloved classic poems, to original work by Ms. Von Rosenberg’s French students and McCallum’s poet laureate Daniel Myers. Photos by Dave Winter.

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