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Reading Adventure Night-3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade

Wow, what a great evening we had! On the 5th of February, 165 third, fourth, and fifth grade students stayed after school until 7:30pm. We had snacks, played pictionary, made bookmarks, wrote Mad Libs, created comics, listened to a professional storyteller, and of course we read. A huge thanks to all the LC families who donated items to make the night a success and to our FANTASTIC PTA for funding this amazing night. We certainly had fun...see for yourself!














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Tyler said…
I was there too. It is a fun way to read and have a good time with friends. I've been going since first grade. There's games,pizza, and teachers. The best part is that you stay after school for a couple of hours. So come to Reading Adventure 3rd, 4th, 5th grade Now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tyler
Jaxen said…
I went and had lots of fun i think that was the best yet. There was so many fun stuff that did with reading which is great no matter what so keep doing to and there have fun.
Lexie said…
I wish I wasn't so busy!:(

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