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Vocabulary Day at Rochester Memorial School!

Vocabulary Day at Rochester Memorial School

Photo by: Georgia SparlingFourth grade teacher Stephanie Cyr gets photobombed by her students.

ROCHESTER — Third and fourth grade students dressed as their favorite vocabulary words for Rochester Memorial School’s annual Vocabulary Day.

The students had a small parade during the all-school meeting on Tuesday morning, and shared their word with the rest of the school.

Kids in each grade also submitted their favorite vocabulary words for consideration. The person who chose the favorite word in each grade received a prize.

See more of the vocabulary costumes below.

Euan Fredricks’ word was bioluminescence. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Matthew Eby embodies the bi-plane. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Ethan Bauer is ready to calculate large sums. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Steven Morrison came up with his own costume for the word deluge. He even knit his own hat. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Part good and part evil? Delaney Veilleux and Ella Lawrence chose the word agathokakological for Vocabulary Day. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Hunting enthusiast Daniel Bertrand chose ghillie suit for his word. Ask him what it means…if you can find him. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Third grader Evan LaPointe chose jabberwocky for his word. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)

Ethan Furtado was a human x-ray machine for his word radiography. (Photo by: Georgia Sparling)
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This blog was posted on June 10, 2015 on
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