BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mrs. Scherer's 2nd grade class performed their original works in an open mic style at their in-class "Poetry Café" on April 29th. The Mountain Park Elementary School students in Berkeley Heights wrote poems about spring and introduced imagery and personification elements to their writing.
Poetry Café at Mountain Park Elementary School
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