Norco Elementary receives $3K grant for book fair

From staff and wire reports
September 27, 2013 at 9:42 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Front row (L to R)  Cole Kimes, Maggie Walker, Carson Whitfield, Aiden Mizell, Mia Giardina, Bryce Jones, Kendall Washington and Madison E. Morales. Middle row (L to R)  Riley Naquin, Moriah Ocmond, Benjamin Spears, Aaron Tabora, Blake Gibbins, Ethan Cohe
Front row (L to R) Cole Kimes, Maggie Walker, Carson Whitfield, Aiden Mizell, Mia Giardina, Bryce Jones, Kendall Washington and Madison E. Morales. Middle row (L to R) Riley Naquin, Moriah Ocmond, Benjamin Spears, Aaron Tabora, Blake Gibbins, Ethan Cohe
Jennifer Luquette with Clear Channel Radio and Dana Parker from Monsanto presented a $3,000 grant from The Read and Rise program to Norco Elementary.

Each student at the school will receive a $5 gift certificate to be used on books at the school’s upcoming book fair.




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