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Jamerson Elementary students enjoy 'Snow Day'

Pre-k through fifth-grade students at Douglas L. Jamerson Jr. Elementary were rewarded with snow for their annual 'Snow Day' Friday at the school in St. Petersburg.
Published Jan. 18

Pre-k through fifth-grade students at Douglas L. Jamerson Jr. Elementary were rewarded with snow for their annual 'Snow Day' Friday at the school in St. Petersburg. 577 students had the opportunity to build snowmen, throw snowballs and slide down snow on sleds. Each year the PTA pays for the snow. The annual event is sponsored by the school's Parent-Teacher Association and celebrates the work of students during the first semester of school.


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