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Hoisington students board the ‘Polar Express’

Students took a short break from studies at Roosevelt School in Hoisington, enjoying hot cocoa and sugar cookies at the imaginary train station during “The Polar Express” day.

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HOISINGTON — For a moment in time, students at Roosevelt School in Hoisington experience time off from studies, instead imagining that they are travelling on the Polar Express train.
Prepared with a red ticket, the students are allowed one complete round trip ride to the North Pole and back. The ticket yields entrance to three stations, located at each classroom.
This annual event becomes one that the students will always remember as they learn in a different way about believing in the spirit of Christmas.
The idea of  teacher, Megan Husted, has become one that the students ask about and enjoy ...

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