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Holy Family School fifth-grader Kennedy Nicholson, middle, laughed as she and classmates Lauren Goad, left, and Emily Patterson watched their screenplay rendition of the book “A View from Saturday” during an Academy Awards ceremony in the fellowship hall Friday. The ceremony followed a class project in which the students created skits based off of novels they read and then recorded the skits on video. …

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