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Why are these girls reading so intently...


...they are on a mission! The Annual Lewis and Clark 3rd Grade A to Z Mystery Challenge has begun! From now until May 24th any third grader may elect to read all 26 A to Z Mysteries by Ron Roy. It is amazing to see kids reading while taking a bathroom break and even while waiting to be picked up after school. Kids who complete the challenge are invited to a MYSTERY PARTY at the end of the school year. The time, place, and treat at the party is also mystery:). So, third grade, keep reading and responding to those books!

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Grace Bellman said…
I have already read them and I'm in second grade
claire said…
I'm in second grade but next year i'm going to read the mystery books.
OLIVIA said…
I'M IN THIRD GRADE, AND MY BROTHER NICK IS IN KINDERGARTON AND HE IS LOVING THE A-Z!
WHENS THE PARTY?

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