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Read-A-Thon Results

2016 READ•A•THON RESULTS

Congratulations to all 434 students who participated in this year's Read•A•Thon. These students read a total of 175,000 minutes, which equals 2,290 hours of reading, 121 days of reading 24 hours per day! The cumulative number of reading minutes is 44% higher than last year’s school total.

We are happy to report that we raised over $35,000, which will be used to fund enrichment programs, teacher aides and other educational needs, via PFC.

All winners will receive their prizes, trophies and medals. Every reader who submitted a reading log will receive a commemorative reading medal. These awards will be sent to your classrooms.

The students who won their classroom award for the highest number of minutes read during the Read•A•Thon will be announced in individual classrooms by their teachers.