Scituate students bring immigration history to life

Russia is the largest country in the world, and is known for its great writers. Many Russian Jews left their homes in Russia and came to America because they were being persecuted.“Their basic rights were being taken away,” said Drew Johnson, a fourth grader at the Wampatuck Elementary School. “And they were forced to live in settlements.”Drew, along with classmates Linda Murdock and Katie Von Freymann, were one of several teams of fourth graders taking part in the

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