Eagle Nest Elementary awards books to students

  • Friday, April 4, 2014

Provided Eagle Nest Elementary faculty visited students’ homes to award them with books for participating in the Reading Prize Patrol. Pictured in front row is fifth grade teacher Katie White, fifth grade student Katie Whitlock and third grade teacher Kathleen Bell; back row from left is System 44 teacher Kelly Nobbs, 4th grade teacher Amandalyn Nunez, parent Peter Whitlock, 5th grade teacher Susan Seder, Assistant Principal Marsha Yarborough and Resource teacher Debbie Philips.

The Eagle Nest Elementary School’s (EES) Spring Reading Prize Patrol was held on March 25.

This year the school had 75 students turn in registration forms agreeing to be reading between the hours of 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Eleven third through fifth grade students were selected and, with siblings included, a total of 18 children received bags containing 20 books.

The following students were selected: third graders Jordyn Jones, Brandon Colquhoun and Rudro Podder; fourth graders Elsden Camposeco, Donovan Kidder, Amy Banegas and Hannah Quick-McBride; andfifth graders Katie Whitlock, Jenifer Martinez Felix, Zorie Grant and Camren Khoury.

Every student who registered for the event will receive a book.

At each home, EES faculty and staff crowd around the door to deliver books. When the doors open, they yell, “Congratulations.”

The school will conduct a Math Prize Patrol in April.

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