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SIDNEY HERALD Learning WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2013 5A Sidney elementary tudents earn reading honors BY DAWN GREENWOOD and Andrea Reed donated Cayden Heck, second most points KaiLeigh LaRoche, most improved SIDNEYTEAHER-LIBRARIAN the cameras. The second Amen Powell, most Improved most points earned and Third grade Students and teachers the most improved readers Mrs.Lauckner's class Mrs. Jepsen's class took a "Reading Road Trip" also received special prizes. Zander Dingfelder, most points Abigail, Martinson, most points at West Side for "I Love to Each student in the school Georgia Archer, second most points Jenna Anderson,second most points Read" month during Febru- also won a "Take a Reading Lauren Ruonavaara, most improved Gabriella Juarez, most improved arc. The theme this year was Road Trip" book bag and a "Read the Most from Coast certificate of achievement. Mrs. Simonsen's class Mrs. Keenan's class to Coast." As students and Margie's Car Wash donated Nora Brengmon, most points Casey Rehbein, most points teachers visited famous four car washes as prizes Tayten Bright, second most points Avery Unruh, second most points landmarks along the way, for the teacher prizes who Reilly Whitacker, most Improved Jeremiah Lowrey, most improved they tracked students' read- set a good example for their ing progress by the number students by reading and Mrs. Wieferich's class Mrs. Rosaaen's class of AR points they earned taking AR quizzes, too. The Shaniah Painter, most points Michael Neff, most points this month, school also had a big prize Braylon DiFonzo, second most points Christianna Wall, second most points Students won prizes for the one who earned the Savanna Juarez and Logan Boyer, most improved through weekly drawings by most points in the wholeAllie Redmond, most improved submitting tickets for each school for "I Love to Read" Mrs. Wheeling's Class AR point earned. Each class- month. Gary Carpender and Second Grade Sarah Karanjai, most points room also awarded prizes at Alexis Ruonavaara, both Mrs. Berube's class Mckenzee Emly, second most points the end of the month for the third graders, each earned Diana Colgrove, most points Ella Jordan, most Improved most AR points earned and 68 points. They each won a Tyler Olson, second most points most improved reader. Vivitar digital camera and a Mason Kindopp, most improved Ms. DiFonzo's Class On Friday, the school 4 GB SanDisk card to store Sean Earle, most points celebrated the end of the their pictures on. TheseMs. K Hermanson's class Matthew Hansen, second most points journey with a special were donated by Electri-Emma Dory, most points All Merrill, most improved picnic lunch. Students were cLand. Mikael Savage, second most points encouraged to dress as School officials thank all Nathan Romo, most improved Fourth grade wacky tourists that day with of the sponsors, parents Ms. Fehilly's class sunglasses, hats, and any and teachers for making a Mrs. T Hermanson's class Morgan Slade, most points other "touristy" clothing special effort to make this a Lucy Rodriquez, most points Jessica Romo, second most points they might have at home. memorable U_me for all our Jayden Bower, secondmost points Jonny Calix, most improved Classroom prize winners students. Cole Humphries, most improved were announced after lunch Winners included: with a train whistle. They Mrs. Romo's Class then collected prizes from First Grade Sydney Hinck, most points their teachers. Mrs. Beyer's class Sophie Peters, second most points First place in each class Dalton Bouchard, most points Aubrie Watson, most improved for the Most Points Earned Isaiah Sanchez, second most points was a Kodak FunSaver Colin Johnson, most improved Mrs. Thompson's Class camera and a certificate Kassadee Olson, most points for free developing from Mrs. Dornfeld's class Hannah Anderson, second most White Drug. Parents Josh Ella Norby, most points points Students with the most points BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD The most improved readers in each class. 433-4FUN (4386). 105 E. Main, Sidney www.partycentralandgifts.com for listing of new releases, movie synopsis & more BILL VANDER Wife I SIDNEY HERALD Students with the second most points in their class. e e Starting Monday, March 1 lth we will be serving breakfast! 7am-8pm M-Th; 7am-9pm F & Sat. closed Sunday BILL VANDER WEELE I SIDNEY HERALD Overall winners were Gary Carpender and Alexis Ruonovaara. 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