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‘Adopted’ Wolf Visits Cross Street School [Video]

NAUGATUCK – Students at Cross Street Intermediate School adopted two wolves as part of their language arts unit “Nature” in teacher Kathy Mucha’s fifth-grade class. One of those wolves visited the school on Monday.

The wolves, Zypher and Atka, cost $25 apiece for the adoption fees through the Wolf Conservation Center in New York. Students had to perform two acts of kindness at home to earn $1 apiece from their parents to adopt the wolves. They learned about wolves, wrote about them and created PowerPoint presentations about them. One PowerPoint was about how a visit by one of the wolves, Atka, could benefit the student body at Cross Street…

Read the entire article and watch the video on naugatuck.patch.com: ‘Adopted’ Wolf Visits Cross Street School [Video]

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