Mass. students use family histories for school project

01/9/2013 | Wicked Local

An art and writing workshop at Green Meadow School in Maynard, Mass., has grown into a way for the elementary-school students and their families to learn more about themselves. In putting together books called "Family Stories Through Art," Sharon Santillo asked her students to research their families and, in some cases, parents discovered information they never knew before from other relatives. Students illustrated the stories about their family members, who were labor leaders, immigrants and entertainers.

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