Monday, March 16, 2015

Week 3 results - 95,151 total minutes read so far!

Week 3 results are in! We have had an astounding 95,151 total minutes read by students so far! 

This week, we had 28 new students achieve "Mountain Lion Reader” status by meeting their individual goals of 450 minutes for students grades K-2, 600 minutes for students grades 3-4, and 900 minutes for students grades 5-6. bringing our number of Mountain Lion Readers to a total of 43. These readers earn a vote in which teacher or staff member will get “splashed" during the Closing Ceremony on Thursday, April 2nd.We will pass out the voting slips a day or two before the Closing Ceremony once we have a complete list of all the students who have completed their reading goals as Mountain Lion Readers.


     We will be having “Character Dress-Up Day” this Wednesday, March 18th where students are encouraged to come to school dressed up as a character in their favorite book.  They are welcome to bring a copy of their favorite book to school as well.  Holly Esterline will be taking photos of students with their books for the classes that have library that day and she suggested stopping by the other classrooms that don’t have library that day for additional photos.  Only photos of students that have signed the release form from their parents will be up on the blog.

Average Minutes/Students in Each Classroom thru the end of Week 3
Ms. Leggett - 325 minutes
Ms. Primo - 549 minutes
Ms. Carter - 373 minutes
Ms. Livingston - 533 minutes
Ms. Way - 560 minutes
Ms. Foley - 632 minutes
Ms. McLane - 623 minutes
Ms. Gagner - 656 minutes
Ms. Pierpont - 474 minutes

School-wide Average - 535 minutes

Highest rate of participation is Ms. Livingston’s and Ms. Way’s classrooms at 93% and Ms. Gagner’s classroom is the top classroom for Week 3.

Top Reader in Each Grade - Week 3
Kindergarten – Mason Stevens
1st Grade - Matthew Broderick
2nd Grade – Lily Benoit
3rd Grade – Sam Mangini
4th Grade - Norman Benoit
5th Grade – Kassidy Jay
6th Grade - Sarah Lavigne
Teachers - Ms. Perlee

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