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The student-authors include Tatiyiana Walker, left, Roneisha Carpenter, Kiaira Sudler, LaNya Bell, Makel Martin, DeSean Hubert and Aniyah Fairfax.

— PHOTO COURTESY OF LESLY AMY, BUCHANAN PUBLIC RELATIONS

Former students of Stetser Elementary in Chester held a book signing for their recently published book titled “Stetser 5th-Grade Talks Health.”

The Dec. 8 event coincided with the school’s health fair, where current 5th-graders also presented their recent findings from research in partnership with Widener University students.

The fair included interactive presentations that showcased the students’ work and offered an an opportunity for former and current fifth-graders to educate celebrate their accomplishments and continue addressing the community’s health options.

“It’s not often that students can say they published a book in fifth grade, but with help from the ‘Healthy Me Curriculum’ partnership with Widener University’s Education and Nursing schools, former Stetson Elementary students are now published authors,” according to a news release.

The health fair took place at the Stetser Elementary School, 808 East 17th St. in Chester.

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