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Mittens the Elf teaches Sacandaga students

Sacandaga Elementary School student, Emma Ostrander was the first to find "Mittens the Elf" in Marge Marmuscak's 2nd grade classroom on  Tuesday morning. Each day the students come into class and look for him. It is a thrill to be the first to find him. Mittens writes to the children each day about his travels around the globe. The letters he writes are read by a class member after Mittens is found.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Sacandaga Elementary School student, Emma Ostrander was the first to find "Mittens the Elf" in Marge Marmuscak's 2nd grade classroom on Tuesday morning. Each day the students come into class and look for him. It is a thrill to be the first to find him. Mittens writes to the children each day about his travels around the globe. The letters he writes are read by a class member after Mittens is found.
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Tuesday’s wintry weather held up the buses that transport kids to Sacandaga Elementary School, but Mittens the Elf got there with no trouble at all. He was peeking out from behind a poster in Marjorie Marmuscak’s second-grade classroom when students began filtering in. Nobody noticed him at first. There was worried talk. “My Elf on the Shelf, which is really close to here, came back, which Mittens didn’t,” said Angelleena Butler as she scanned the ...

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