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South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Students at South Shores were treated to seeing a collection of U.S. Presidential materials.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Mr. Jeff Deremiah brought his treasures to show our students!
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Here is Barack Obamas signature and business card when he was state senator.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Mr. D. goes over directions with his helpers.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Mr. D. explains that the train is worth more if kept with the original box.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Mr. D. has letters signed by former presidents. Student helpers walked around to show students.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Mr. D. had some historical photographs as well.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles We really enjoyed seeing so many artifacts and hearing their history.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Thank you, Mr. Deremiah, for sharing your treasures!
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Fourth graders studied the presidents so this was a wonderful final activity.
South Shores Students See Presidential Collectibles Learning about the presidents…just another way South Shores Super Stars reach for their goals.
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