Young students produce elementary school's first newspaper

Students at a Tennessee elementary school are learning public speaking, writing and other skills as part of the school's newspaper club. About 30 students in third, fourth and fifth grade met weekly after school during the fall semester to work on the paper's first issue. "They wrote it," teacher Stephanie Fleetwood said. "As far as grammar, we had to edit. That's what we're going to work on (in 2012)."

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