Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Congratulations to Harper Chandler!



Congratulations go out to Harper Chandler in Mrs. Franklin's 1st Grade Class! Harper reached the grade level goal of 100 AR points. She received her gold medal after many hours of reading and taking AR quizzes. Keep up the good work Harper!

Monday, December 2, 2019

WE HAD OUR 1st AR TIE during NOVEMBER!!...

The following students were the Top Girl and Boy AR Point earners for November 2019 in each grade level.

Their names are displayed in a frame in the Lower School Library. The frame is updated monthly.

1st Grade: Harper Chandler with 31.5 points and Dallin Peck with 20.9 points

2nd Grade: Addie Trinh with 16.4 points and Shane Howard & Sam Garrett with 16.4 points 

3rd Grade: Ryver Bailey with 23 points and Evan Weke with 18.8 points

4th Grade: Jaxi Hicks with 27.7 points and Oliver Reid  with 40 points

5th Grade: Peyton Wilson with 28.8 points and Phillip Akin with 47.1 points


Please note this is just for the month of November . It is not the cumulative point total for any student. Way to go boys and girls. Keep up those great reading habits!

Friday, November 1, 2019

The OCTOBER AR Points Have Been Totaled & the Winning Girls & Boys Are.....

The following students were the Top Girl and Boy AR Point earners for October 2019 in each grade level.

Their names are displayed in a frame in the Lower School Library. The frame is updated monthly.

1st Grade: Ellington Noll with 47.4 points and Simon Pike with 25.8 points

2nd Grade: Parker Wilson with 24.1 points (not pictured) and Bennett Baker with 37.5 points 

3rd Grade: Harper O'Lenick with 40.7 points and Evan Weke with 33.5 points

4th Grade: Constance Trinh with 35.7 points and Oliver Reid  with 36 points

5th Grade: Nancy Bailey with 47.3 points and Phillip Akin with 33.5 points


Please note this is just for the month of October . It is not the cumulative point total for any student. Way to go boys and girls. Keep up those great reading habits!

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

CONGRATULATIONS TO OLIVER REID!!


Oliver Reid is the first student for 2019-2020 to reach his 4th Grade Level Accelerated Reader Goal of 175 Points. Congratulations, Oliver, on a job well done!!

A NEW YEAR MEANS NEW MONTHLY AR WINNERS! Here's the Top Girl & Boy for September in Each Grade!!


The following students were the Top Girl and Boy AR Point earners for September 2019.

Their names are displayed in a frame in the Lower School Library. The frame is updated monthly.


1st Grade: Harper Chandler with 21.7 points and Joey Bouler with 11.7 points

2nd Grade: Parker Wilson with 18.7 points and Oliver Jones with 23.8 points

3rd Grade: Ryver Bailey with 26.5 points and Evan Weke with 14.1 points

4th Grade: Landry Atkinson with 34.7 points and Oliver Reid  with 205 points

5th Grade: Nancy Bailey with 17 points and Liam Gravitt with 117.4 points


Please note this is just for the month of September . It is not the cumulative point total for any student. Way to go boys and girls. Keep up those great reading habits!

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

WELCOME BACK!!

Welcome back to school everyone! Classes have started in the library and students are already taking Accelerated Reader quizzes. Please check back monthly to see who the top AR boy and girls are for each grade.
Notice the check-out policy and upcoming events!

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The Months Are Counting Down...April's AR Winners are....

The following students were the Top Girl and Boy AR Point earners for April 2019.
Their names are displayed in a frame in the Lower School Library. The frame is updated monthly.


1st Grade: Hannah Lalaian with 20.6 points and Shane Howard with 19 points

2nd Grade: Emma Konik with 19.4 points and Alex Gervais with 18.3 points

3rd Grade: Jaxi Hicks with 22.8 points and Oliver Reid with 30.8 points

4th Grade: Peyton Wilson with 13 points and Drake Ferguson with 3 points

5th Grade: Addie Belle Hayes with 48 points and Maisen Rogers with 73 points


Please note this is just for the month of April . It is not the cumulative point total for any child.
Way to go boys and girls. Keep up those great reading habits!