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    Samire Page, right, raises her hand to ask a question in Jen Morneault's first-grade class at Winslow Elementary School on May 18.

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    First-grade teacher Jen Morneault, right, leads her students in a reading lesson at Winslow Elementary School on May 18.

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    Sophie Fortin, in Jen Morneault's first-grade class, reads during class at Winslow Elementary School on May 18.

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    Briana Quirion, a University of Maine at Orono student working on her teacher candidacy field observation, helps Sophie Fortin with a reading lesson in Jen Morneault's first grade class at Winslow Elementary School on May 18.

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    MSAD 13 district social worker Marcy Melcher inside the "calming room" in the Moscow Elementary School reset room where stressed students can be alone to relax and refocus.

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    Sophie Fortin, a first-grader in Jen Morneault's first-grade class, grabs a chair to read at Winslow Elementary School on May 18.

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    MSAD 13 district social worker Marcy Melcher and special education teacher Bethany Szarka stand inside the reset room at Moscow Elementary School on Jan. 10. In the reset room students learn how to recognize and deal with their emotions, resetting themselves to return to the classroom.

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