Fifty-two sixth, seventh and eighth graders at Henrietta Junior High have read more than 1,000 pages in the second six weeks of the 2013-14 school year through the Read for Life program.
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.
Students who reached the 1,000 page mark during the second six weeks are eighth graders Dakota Cook, Valerie Alcocer, Marshall Roberts, Garrett Duncan, Jacobi Reynolds, Lauren Taylor, Diego Compean, Sydnie Nichols, Ryan Green, Kelsey Voyles, Kaitlyn Williams, Seth Sanderson, Hope Halberg, Teelee Cook, Makayla Gendron, Levi Hornbuckle, Ben Johnson, Savannah Rushing, Jaden Kane, Trey Essler, Logan Plaster-Durham, Jayson Nixon, Cole Johnson and Katie Martin; seventh graders April Elliot, Kaci Williams, Kylee Halter, Sidney Baggs, Kenny Bender, Blake Liggett, Leah Bullinger, Kalico Burkes, Kara Chapparo, Riqui Duron, Kirsten Erwin, Mason Marchman, Rachell Marrow, Joshua Patin, Camrin Byers, Bailey Fuggett, Jacqueline Cook, Macie Frederick, Isabella Garcia, Maegan Kelly and Kaleb Liggett; and sixth graders Holt Chambers, Robby Story, Alex Duke, Holice Holbert, Annie Dunn, Haleigh Hogan and Trace Arnhold.
The top RFL reader for each grade will be announced at the end of the year awards ceremony for sixth and seventh graders and at eighth grade graduation.