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March 17
And the winner is...

​Here are Bassett's two bike winners!  Thanks to all the families who participated in OSOB this year!  

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March 17
The Final Day!

​We had a spirit day here at Bassett for our last day of OSOB.  The kiddos dressed up like characters from the book!OSOB dress up.jpg

March 13
Dover kids are enjoying the book and activities for OSOB!
March 13
Bassett Second Grade

​Second grade at Bassett created some awesome dragons!  We hope you enjoy their creativity!OSOB second grade.jpg

March 09
Another Tiamat Sighting!

​Can you guess where Tiamat was spotted by this Hilliard student? 


March 07
A visit from Tiamat

Tiamat visited Hilliard during the Pawsitive Tuesday assembly this morning!


March 07
Searching for Tiamat

​I bet you know where this Hilliard family found Tiamat!


March 07
Bassett First Grade

First grade at Bassett has been having lots of visitors for OSOB! 

Donna Feorene taught the kids how to draw dragons and Carol Winter came to read!

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March 03
We had a special visitor!

Bassett's third grade had Superintendent Goggin come visit and read a chapter of our OSOB.  goggin visit.jpg

March 02
Caught reading.... a great book!


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 About this blog

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Welcome to the Westlake City Schools' One School, One Book Blog!  One School, One Book is a program designed to create a shared reading experience within our elementary school communities. A chapter book is chosen, every family receives a copy, and every family reads that book together at home over the course of a single month. Activities at school coordinate, promote and enrich the shared reading experience. 

Westlake City Schools District