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PHOTOS: Celebrating peace at Franklin High School

  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Destiny Bennett, 14, carries her ukelele and a tambourine after finishing a performance in a classroom at Franklin High School on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Destiny Bennett, 14, carries her ukelele and a tambourine after finishing a performance in a classroom at Franklin High School on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Destiny Bennett, 14, carries her ukelele and a tambourine after finishing a performance in a classroom at Franklin High School on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, sing John Lennon's "Imagine" in the school's entrance way on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • Jaycee Saucier, 16, carries the cymbal she played along with other students with Franklin High School's music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais, left, in the roving performances of John Lennon's "Imagine" on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2013. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe's book "Things Fall Apart," the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon's song around the school to classes and in the hallways. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

Students with Franklin High School’s music department, led by their teacher Paul Bourgelais (left), sing John Lennon’s “Imagine” in the school’s entranceway Tuesday morning. After a lesson that included reading Chinua Achebe’s book “Things Fall Apart,” the students decided to set aside a day for celebrating peace by singing Lennon’s song around the school to classes and in the hallways.

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