Teacher Debbie Muir (left to right) worked on alphabet dot-to-dot papers with future kindergartners Navia Harris and Tamia Booker on Tuesday at the Freedom School at Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2200 Olive St.
Teacher Debbie Muir (left to right) worked on alphabet dot-to-dot papers with future kindergartners Navia Harris and Tamia Booker on Tuesday at the Freedom School at Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2200 Olive St. FRED BLOCHER FRED BLOCHER
Teacher Debbie Muir (left to right) worked on alphabet dot-to-dot papers with future kindergartners Navia Harris and Tamia Booker on Tuesday at the Freedom School at Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2200 Olive St. FRED BLOCHER FRED BLOCHER

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