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These teachers transformed their Alabama school into Hogwarts

INSIDER Logo By Zoƫ Miller of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 18:  Any "Harry Potter" fan would jump at the opportunity to attend  Hogwarts. Middle school teachers at Parkside, a K-8 school in Cullman County, Alabama, helped make that dream a reality for their students by decorating hallways and classrooms like the famous wizarding school.  The project was spearheaded by Jacy Douglas, an English language arts and reading teacher, and Tracey Jones, a math teacher."There are several teachers in our school who are 'Harry Potter' fans, and Tracey and I had talked about this idea for several years before we actually attempted it. When we got the okay to start this project in earnest in the spring of 2017, we worked on the project for two summers in a row," Douglas told INSIDER. Keep reading to learn more about how and why Douglas and her colleagues transformed their school into Hogwarts.

Any "Harry Potter" fan would jump at the opportunity to attend Hogwarts. Middle school teachers at Parkside, a K-8 school in Cullman County, Alabama, helped make that dream a reality for their students by decorating hallways and classrooms like the famous wizarding school.

The project was spearheaded by Jacy Douglas, an English language arts and reading teacher, and Tracey Jones, a math teacher.

"There are several teachers in our school who are 'Harry Potter' fans, and Tracey and I had talked about this idea for several years before we actually attempted it. When we got the okay to start this project in earnest in the spring of 2017, we worked on the project for two summers in a row," Douglas told INSIDER.

Keep reading to learn more about how and why Douglas and her colleagues transformed their school into Hogwarts.

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