Thirty-two Henrietta Junior High students participating in the 2014-15 Read for Life program met their goal of reading 1,000 or more pages during the first six-weeks grading period.
Students participating in the program will continue to read throughout the school year. Sixth and seventh graders who have read the most pages at the end of the school year will be announced at the end-of-year awards ceremony. The eighth grader with the most pages read will be announced during eighth grade graduation.
Read for Life is available to students through English and language arts classes. The students take comprehension tests on library books for which they accumulate number of pages read. School Librarian Robbin Avenius oversees the program.
Students who reached the 1,000 page mark during the first six weeks are Leah Scribner, Trent Tice, Hunter Wamba, Lyndsie Avenius, Hadley Craib, Cooper Ellis, Colton Shook, Annie Dunn, Alex Duke, Haleah Harmon, Sarah Brown, Savannah Johnson, Holt Chambers, Robby Story, Trace Arnhold, Cade Johnson, Charisse Bellfield, Mason Marchman, Joshua Patin, Kalico Burkes, Camrin Byers, Leah Bulinger, Kaci Williams, Abby Zamzow, Sydney Baggs, Isabella Garcia, Jacqueline Cook, Blake Liggett, Kara Chapparo, Riqui Duron, Macie Frederick and Noah Patin.