C.G. Johnson Elementary ‘Challenges’ Students to Read

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C.G. Johnson Elementary School recently held a “20-20 Reading Challenge.” Students were challenged to read for 20 minutes for 20 days during the month of February.

Parents tracked the titles, number of pages or minutes that their child read. Each week students who met the challenge received a ticket that was placed in the “challenge” box. Those students who participated all four weeks in February received an extra ticket.

On March 11, the winners were drawn for prizes that were purchased as part of Parent Involvement through Title 1. It was estimated that one-third of the students and families were involved in the challenge.

Shown are the students who participated and won prizes. In the front row, from left, are Hannah Rehar, Rylee Ruchlewicz, Brookelynn Scolese, Adalyn Witherite, Jordan Mann, Blake Wadding, Dylan Burkett, Miley Caltagarone, Dallan Jackson and Amaya Ryans.

In the second row, from left, are Orie Hannah, Ricky Hoare, Leland Swain, Dylan Hassan, Emily Spence, Hailey Hilliard, Cole Palumbo, and Caleb McDonald.

In the third row, from left, are Eathen Thompson, Sian Jackson, Sara Guthrie (accepting for Aligha Whelply), Katy McGahey, Chloe Neal and William Bulisco.

In the back row, from left, are Anna Stoddard, Jaydin Peterman, Madison Hannah, Jocelyn Hallowell, Bri Quairiere, Justin Burr, Joey Griffin, Craig Marshall, Levi Oakes, Julie Griffin and Jerzy Beattie.

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