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Thanksgiving Crafts by Preschoolers

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Just about every student at Oak Hills High School has passed the small playground that lays on the school property. No, it is not an after school hang out spot but rather a place for the preschoolers, also known as Future Bulldogs, that are present at OHHS. These tiny students stay in a classroom in the science buildings and probably have been spotted by their older peers, especially during holiday times.

For many occasions such as Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Christmas the Future Bulldogs partake in activities that involve other students at OHHS. For this upcoming Thanksgiving in our 2017-2018 school year, they created arts and crafts that hang in their classroom.

 

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