Lucky readers from Roland Reynolds Elementary receive bikes

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Everybody Reads Day

Roland Reynolds Elementary was “wild” about reading on Everybody Reads Day. The school celebrated with students reading to themselves, to their buddies, volunteers reading to entire classrooms, mob dancing, hall-way decorating competitions and a bike drawing at the end of the day. The hallways were decorated in our “Wild About Reading” theme. Pre-K, which made an interactive hallway based from the book, Going on a Lion Hunt by Margery Cutler, and 4th grade, which decorated their hallways in wild things based off the book, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, were the winners of the hallway decorating contest. Both grade levels won an ice-cream party. Students in grades 1- 5 were eligible for a bike drawing. Altogether, they took over 15, 969 AR tests to earn tickets for the bicycles. This year’s winners were:

•1st grade: Celeste Jones and Benjamin Swick

•2nd grade: Jaycee Lindeman and Jacob Anderson

•3rd grade: Emily Harris and Trey Davidson

•4th grade: Trista Stewart and Andy Liner

•5th grade: Ashley Anglin and Jack Wilson

The bikes were generously donated by the Patrick Lodge #359. Roland Reynolds greatly appreciates their generosity and long-standing support of our students and their education.

Leslie Luhn | Robertson County News

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