Carol City Middle School teacher Katelyn Simoncic, center, and her students are creating the school's first newspaper by using just 11-by-7-inch paper and the school's copier.
Carol City Middle School teacher Katelyn Simoncic, center, and her students are creating the school's first newspaper by using just 11-by-7-inch paper and the school's copier. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com
Carol City Middle School teacher Katelyn Simoncic, center, and her students are creating the school's first newspaper by using just 11-by-7-inch paper and the school's copier. PATRICK FARRELL pfarrell@miamiherald.com

Carol City Middle teacher delivers lesson in school pride, launches newspaper

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