HJH students peruse more than 6,000 pages in program

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HJH students who have participated in the Read for Life program are (top) Garrett Duncan, Corbin Bloodworth, Chris Offield, Kayla Francisco, Amber Dillaman, (middle) Dakota Cook, Kaitlyn Williams, Kaci Williams, Abby Zamzow, Isabella Garcia, (bottom) Blake Liggett, Leah Bullinger with Librarian Robbin Avenius.

HJH students who have participated in the Read for Life program are (top) Garrett Duncan, Corbin Bloodworth, Chris Offield, Kayla Francisco, Amber Dillaman, (middle) Dakota Cook, Kaitlyn Williams, Kaci Williams, Abby Zamzow, Isabella Garcia, (bottom) Blake Liggett, Leah Bullinger with Librarian Robbin Avenius.

Twelve students at Henrietta Junior High have read more than 1,000 pages during each six weeks grading period of the 2012-13 school year while participating in the school’s Read for Life program.

Students who have read more than 1,000 pages during each grading period are eighth graders Corbin Bloodworth, Chris Offield, Kayla Francisco, and Amber Dillaman; seventh graders Garrett Duncan, Dakota Cook and Kaitlyn Williams; and sixth graders Kaci Williams, Abby Zamzow, Isabella Garcia, Blake Liggett and Leah Bullinger.

The top RFL reader in each grade will be recognized next week. The top reader in the sixth and seventh grade will be announced at the end of the year awards ceremony. The top eighth grade reader will be honored during the eighth grade graduation.

The RFL program is administered by Robbin Avenius, school librarian, and is available to students through English Language Arts classes. To participate in the program, students are required to read a number of books from the library, and are tested for comprehension of the pages read.

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