New Sarpy Elementary library reading winners
Emily Ayton, Jhase Thomas, Molly Lewis, Lauren Perkins, Cameron Ricks, and Andrew Francis. On the back row are Antoine Harris, Jaidon Cotton, Anthony Armstrong, Jackson Konur, Abbie Brown, and Ryan Smith.
As part of program the students read books and completed short forms. At the end of the month, four names were randomly pulled at each grade level from all those who participated.
Winners received a book, certificate, library bag and assorted prizes. The library congratulated all those who participated and encouraged all students to keep up the reading.
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