Mimosa Park Elementary Captain’s Crew

From staff and wire reports
May 02, 2014 at 11:41 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

First Grade: Alexandra Bate, Keegan Cantrelle, William Degenhart, Bailey Doolittle, Braden Genius, Emersyn Humphreys, Kassidy LaRousse, Jordon Morales, Sean Roark, Brodie Robinson, Wyatt Rownd, Casie Schwab, Lilian Troxler, Makynzi Williams, and Ebby Zeringue. Second Grade: Tanya Adams, Thomas Adcock, Daniel Bowman, Lily Cesano, Carly Clause Damaine Davis, Alex Doolittle, Cameron Dufrene, Annabelle Farizo, Gracie Foster, Hannah Gillespie, Sarah Green, Cameron Pizani, Journie Prine, and Isabella
First Grade: Alexandra Bate, Keegan Cantrelle, William Degenhart, Bailey Doolittle, Braden Genius, Emersyn Humphreys, Kassidy LaRousse, Jordon Morales, Sean Roark, Brodie Robinson, Wyatt Rownd, Casie Schwab, Lilian Troxler, Makynzi Williams, and Ebby Zeringue. Second Grade: Tanya Adams, Thomas Adcock, Daniel Bowman, Lily Cesano, Carly Clause Damaine Davis, Alex Doolittle, Cameron Dufrene, Annabelle Farizo, Gracie Foster, Hannah Gillespie, Sarah Green, Cameron Pizani, Journie Prine, and Isabella
Mimosa Park Elementary Captain’s Crew is a title given to the top fifteen first and second grade students that participate in the library’s reading program.

These students earn this honor by reading the most number of minutes on a monthly basis. Captain’s Crew members receive a certificate, prize, book, treat from a local restaurant and a personalized sailor hat.




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