The Indian Hill Book Fair , held
from February 28-March 7, 2013,
was a huge success! The students
and staff bought many books and
materials and seemed thrilled with
their purchases. Many thanks to
all the parents and volunteers who
participated . The teachers wish
to thank all those who contributed
books to their classrooms via the
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