El Morro’s Reading Program Ends with a Splash!

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Top readers earn the chance to dunk their principal, Chris Duddy.

El Morro students who met their goal in Scholastic Reading Counts got a chance to dunk their principal, Chris Duddy, in a dunk tank last week. Afterwards they were treated to an orange juice bar.

El Morro students read 132 million words during the school year. Three students accumulated over 600 points: fifth grader Kate Gilles, fourth grader Kyle Herkins and second  grader William Coffey!

The program encourages and fosters independent reading and is coordinated by teacher Cama Stevens.

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