Pictured (L to R) Ashley Conley, Carrie Graffius, Bridget
Carter, Tim Sutro, Nekka Pinson, Emily Brady, Tyler Bennett

By Shirley Hupp
Reading Mentor Teacher

Arnoldsburg Elementary welcomed Calhoun County High School students to the school Wednesday. The high school students represented different organizations that they are involved with. They read to students, told them some things about themselves and allowed the students to ask them questions.

By sharing the joy of reading aloud volunteers model positive attitudes toward reading and books. In the process, they help children increase listening skills, learn new vocabulary, and expose them to a wide variety of topics they might explore on their own.

Arnoldsburg staff and students would like to thank the PERC (Parent Education Resource Center) and the students for making Read to Me Day a success for our school.

Participants included: Mrs. Boggs' class, Bridget Carter; Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Prusack's class Nekka Pinson; Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Chenoweth's class, Emily Brady; Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Hicks' class, Brittney Robinson; Mrs. Westfall's class, Tyler Bennett; Mrs. Miller's class, Carrie Graffius; Mr. Queen's class, Tim Sutro; and Mrs. Sims' class, Ashley Conley.

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