South Breeze students exchange letters with Kidron residents

Stephanie Fonseca, center, hands pen pal Opal Retzer a card on Thursday afternoon at Kidron Bethel Village in North Newton. At left is Lillian Houchen. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now With project-based learning and women superintendents and females in other top administrative positions, education has changed quite a bit in the past 100 years. That’s something South Breeze Elementary School second-graders are learning through their pen-pal relationships with Kidron Bethel Village residents, and with a 96-year age gap in at least one instance, they’re learning quite a bit. Kidron Bethel


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