Moms to see triplets?Traditional silhouette project
Washington — Hazel Kopeshke's first-grade students completed their Mother's Day gifts May 7 at Prescott Memorial School.
This is the 28th year Kopeshke has done the same project with her class.
The project entails cutting out two silhouettes of each child's head — one on black paper, the other on white. The black silhouette is then glued to a sheet of white paper and given as a full silhouette.
On the white silhouette students write "Who am I?" stories to share. Facts included some of their favorite things to do, favorite foods, how old their siblings are, and what they like most about their mom.
"Some students have called this the first-grader's 'rite of passage,'" said Kopeshke, who will retire at the end of this school year after 29 years at Prescott.
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Beth rejoined Courier Publications' news staff in February 2013. She previously worked at The Courier-Gazette from 1981 to 1990.
Her coverage area includes Warren, Union, Friendship, Waldoboro, Washington, and Thomaston and RSU40.
Beth has a passion for photography, and a degree from the University of Maine at Augusta, in affiliation with the Maine Photographic Workshop in Rockport.
Aside from photography, Beth enjoys running and walks along the waterfront, as well as other outdoor activities. She has a daughter, Claire, who is 14.
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