SCA students read over 32,000 minutes

February 19, 2014 

Summit Christian Academy recently challenged first grade students to get excited about reading through a “Goody, Goody, Gumball” contest. Students received a gumball sticker for every 30 minutes read. Together 45 students read 32,884 minutes, an average of 730 minutes per student. Pictured here, from left to right, are classroom winners : Hannah King with 1,539 minutes, Emilia Jenkins with 1,554 minutes, Logan Miller with 1,374 minutes, Annie Lawrence with 1,286 minutes, Logan Holt with 1,325 minutes, and Renee Chapman with 2,063 minutes.

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Summit Christian Academy recently challenged first grade students to get excited about reading through a “Goody, Goody, Gumball” contest. Students received a gumball sticker for every 30 minutes read. Together 45 students read 32,884 minutes, an average of 730 minutes per student. from left to right, are classroom winners : Hannah King with 1,539 minutes, Emilia Jenkins with 1,554 minutes, Logan Miller with 1,374 minutes, Annie Lawrence with 1,286 minutes, Logan Holt with 1,325 minutes, and Renee Chapman with 2,063 minutes.

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