Celina Immaculate Conception School fifth-grader Kaitlyn Muhlenkamp practices cursive handwriting Friday morning in Sherry Reineke's classroom. Area educators say it's still important to learn cursive writing.
Even though sending emails has become more common than sending letters, area educators continue teaching students to read and write in cursive.
While many teachers say learning to communicate through cursive writing is outdated, local educators say the skill still has benefits in the modern world. [More