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That might be the next selection in
the Good Night Woonsocket program. Enlisting local teachers, and maybe some
upcoming celebrities, every Sunday night at 7pm a new video of a bedtime story
goes live on the website Good Night Woonsocket (http://goodnightwoonsocket.weebly.com/).
All the stories – five so far – remain on the website so families can listen any time they want. The books seem picked to quiet the little ones down before bedtime.
Woonsocket educators, Jessica Donato and Heather Neil began the program, which
is similar to others around the country.
Readers so far are:
McGee, Supt. of Woonsocket schools
Ortiz, principal of Coleman Elementary – in bed with jammies and a stuffed
animal – also a video in Spanish
Holt, curriculum development dept. Woonsocket schools
Campanelli, speech and language pathologist, Pothier-Citizens elementary school
Clem, writer, Valley Breeze Newspaper
Sgt. Rhonda Coleman
Perhaps the most engaging is Mrs.
Ortiz, who reads her book in her bed, complete with jammies and a stuffed
animal…and then reads it again in Spanish. Here it is. Sleepy, yet?