36 students read 1,000-plus pages in reading program

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Read for Life participants (back) Marshall Roberts, Seth Sanderson, Garrett Duncan, Colton Mayberry, Hunter Smith, Valerie Alcocer, Dakota Cook, Savannah Rushing, Teelee Cook, Ben Johnson, Jacobi Reynolds, Lauren Taylor, Kaitlyn Williams, and Jayson Nixon, (middle) Mason Marchman, Joshua Patin, Jacqueline Cook, Macie Frederick, Kara Chapparo, Blake Liggett, Kalico Burkes, Kaci Williams, Isabella Garcia, Leah Bullinger, Brooklyn McMurry, Riqui Duron, (front) Annie Dunn, Alex Duke, Haleigh Hogan, Holice Holbert, Robby Story, Holt Chambers, Tristin Cook, (not pictured) Lizzie Riordan, Kaylee Tischler and Brayden Headrick read 1,000 or more pages in the first six weeks of the school year.

Read for Life participants (back) Marshall Roberts, Seth Sanderson, Garrett Duncan, Colton Mayberry, Hunter Smith, Valerie Alcocer, Dakota Cook, Savannah Rushing, Teelee Cook, Ben Johnson, Jacobi Reynolds, Lauren Taylor, Kaitlyn Williams, and Jayson Nixon, (middle) Mason Marchman, Joshua Patin, Jacqueline Cook, Macie Frederick, Kara Chapparo, Blake Liggett, Kalico Burkes, Kaci Williams, Isabella Garcia, Leah Bullinger, Brooklyn McMurry, Riqui Duron, (front) Annie Dunn, Alex Duke, Haleigh Hogan, Holice Holbert, Robby Story, Holt Chambers, Tristin Cook, (not pictured) Lizzie Riordan, Kaylee Tischler and Brayden Headrick read 1,000 or more pages in the first six weeks of the school year.

Read for Life is underway at Henrietta Junior High with 36 participants reading 1,000 or more pages in the first six weeks alone.

RFL is available to the students through their English language arts classes and supported by the entire campus.  The students take comprehension tests on library books for which they accumulate number of pages read.

The top RFL reader for each grade is announced at the end of the year awards ceremony for sixth and seventh graders and at eighth grade graduation.

HJH librarian Robbin Avenius oversees the program.

The RFL program is overseen by the HJH librarian Robbin Avenius.  It is available to the students through their ELA classes and supported by the entire campus.  The students take comprehension tests on library books for which they accumulate number of pages read.  These students read 1000, or more, pages during the first six weeks.  The top RFL reader for each grade is announced at the end of the year awards ceremony for 6th and 7th graders and at 8th grade graduation.

Students who reached the 1,000 page mark are Marshall Roberts, Seth Sanderson, Garrett Duncan, Colton Mayberry, Hunter Smith, Valerie Alcocer, Dakota Cook, Savannah Rushing, Teelee Cook, Ben Johnson, Jacobi Reynolds, Lauren Taylor, Kaitlyn Williams, Jayson Nixon, Mason Marchman, Joshua Patin, Jacqueline Cook, Macie Frederick, Kara Chapparo, Blake Liggett, Kalico Burkes, Kaci Williams, Isabella Garcia, Leah Bullinger, Brooklyn McMurry, Riqui Duron, Annie Dunn, Alex Duke, Haleigh Hogan, Holice Holbert, Robby Story, Holt Chambers, Tristin Cook, Lizzie Riordan, Kaylee Tischler and Brayden Headrick.

 

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