On Tuesday, Jan. 20, instead of learning history at Elk Creek Elementary School, the kids were living it.
Many people remember where they were when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated or when the Twin Towers fell. On those days, the nation stood still.
On Tuesday, when the U.S. inaugurated its first African-American president, the nation once again stood still. And the kids in Deanne Spencer’s fifth-grade class quieted and set their pencils down — just in time for all eyes to be glued to the television screen.
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