Days like today exist to remind you that spring is not summer. Here in Evanston it is wet and rainy and altogether cool and unpleasant. Think then of the folks in Bologna right now. Sunny. Warmer. Full of gelato. *sigh* With that in mind, here’s a Fusenews that is occasionally drenched in a bit of […]
They may be young, but teacher Arturo Avina’s talented kindergarteners are already celebrities in their own right. Students at the Los Angeles Unified School District Olympic Primary Center are the stars of a short-film adaptation of Harry G. Allard Jr.’s beloved children’s classic Miss Nelson Is Missing. Over the course of two months, Avina directed the youngsters, filmed the scenes, and, with the help of the budding actors, edited the movie with technology available in most classrooms.