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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Read, Read & Read Some More!

If you're reading for fun
Or to find out what happens next...
There's tons of adventure
On the pages of your text.

A book is just a book
Until you discover
The story that awaits you
From cover to cover.

The story comes in different forms:
Fiction, Non-Fiction and Rhymes
But the days of reading just for fun
Can be the best of times.

So, snuggle up and read those books
Only you can measure
The story that's within your hands
And read to find the treasure.

Tra'Nijah was the first 2nd grader to reach 10
AR points! She is so happy to visit our "Treasure

Mrs. Thomas is happy to pose with Gracie in
front of the 2nd grade townhouse. Gracie is
happy to have earned 10 AR points and join
Tra'Nijah on the steps of our townhouse.

Julie Anne and Patrick are happy to be in the
townhouse, too. They've each earned 10 AR
points and are happy to get their tokens for
the Treasure Tower.

Sometimes it is nice to just sit and listen to a
story. Mrs. Sonya, Mary Grace's mom, shares
Mary Grace's favorite book with our class. Thanks.
Mrs. Sonya! Please come back soon.

Mrs. Nunn, our wonderful Reading Coach, is
happy to pose with Tra'Nijah in front of our
"Storytown AR Town."

Elizabeth and Tra'Nijah pose in front of our
"Storytown" entrance. Mrs. Jana Hadley painted
our Storytown Village and Mr. Jemison wired our
lamps. One thing is for sure...Reading "Lights" the
way to a brighter future. We are so blessed here
at R. L. Young with talented parents and staff
that go above and beyond what is asked to help
our students.

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