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70 Henrietta Junior High readers top 1,000 pages



Seventy students at Henrietta Junior High have read 1,000 page in the school’s Read For Life program through the third six weeks grading period.

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.

Eighth graders participating are Marshall Roberts, Jaden Kane, Clayton Fuggett, Garrett Duncan, Ryan Wheeler, Seth Sanderson, Logan Kelsey, Ben Johnson, Addie Duncan, Jayson Nixon, Lindsey Trent, Kaitlyn Williams, Jordan Beasley, Dakota Cook, Kaylee Tischler, Teelee Cook, Trinity Pease, Kelsey Voyles, Alex Carlock, Katie Martin, Lizzie Riordan, Jacobi Reynolds, Makayla Weaver, Brynn Barger, Kristin Hoff, Levi Hornbuckle, Zach West, Cole Johnson, Damian Devore and Diego Compean

Seventh graders participating are Braydon Scroggins, Mason Marchman, Daniel Wimberly, Joshua Patin, Kaleb Liggett, Weston Dowell, Blake Liggett, Megan Bennett, Camrin Byers, Abby Zamzow, Kaci Williams, Lexi Roberts, Brooklyn McMurry, April Elliot, Kylee Halter, Kirsten Ervin, Addison Hoff, Kalico Burkes, Rachell Morrow, Leah Bullinger, Jonthan Alford, Heather Taylor, Clay Streeter, Desomd McNett, Kenny Bender, Riqui Duron,  Joe Garcia, Isabella Garcia, Maegan Kelly, Macie Frederick, Sydney Baggs and Kara Chapparo

Sixth graders participating are Landry Bennett, Trace Arnhold, Holice Holbert, Robby Story, Holt Chambers, Natalie Streeter, Charisse Bellfield and Annie Dunn


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