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Education Briefs

Ms. Glasgow’s third-grade students at Glenwood Springs Elementary School wrote acrostic poems to give to the veterans at the Veteran’s Home in Rifle.

The Roaring Fork Public Education Foundation, which exists to offer opportunities to help local public school teachers, has designed a simple, free and easy way to support the foundation’s efforts.

For anyone who likes to buy online, start from the free shopping guide When registering on the site, be sure to select the RFPEF as the beneficiary. Each time you shop, log in to the site first so that the RFPEF receives credit.

For questions, contact RFPEF Director Irene Friedman at 379-6569.

Roaring Fork High School is hosting an eighth-grade parent night from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28. Everyone is invited to see what Roaring Fork has to offer.

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