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Coleman Elementary Students Reach Goal of 75 Million Words
Issue Date: April 12, 2018
The Coleman Elementary students, 3rd mini goal of the 2017-18 school year, was to read 75 Million Words. They made their goal and have earned Flashlight Funday. This was a special day when time is spent with the classroom lights turned off and students turn on their flashlights to read their favorite book!
Coleman Elementary also celebrated ten (10) more students who have joined the One Million Word Club for the 2017-18 school year. Those students are Halie Lutzow, Yamilet Escobar, Brienna Shevy, Ava Mitchell, and Matilda Witak in 3rd grade (Teachers - Mrs. Wyss and Mr. Gruszynski), Matthew Tedtman, Alyana Gilbertson, Emma Harvey, and William Harley in 4th grade (Teachers - Ms. Johnson and Mrs. Christianson) and in 5th grade Tyler Mitchell (Teachers - Mr. Johnson and Mr. Gould).
Gabriella Nowak who is in 2nd grade (Teachers - Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Gross) and Landon Seefeldt in 3rd grade (Teachers - Mrs. Wyss and Mr. Gruszynski) are the first students to join the Two (2) Million Word club. They were excited to earn a free homework pass for the night!
By the end of the 2017-18 school year the Elementary's goal is to read over 100 Million Words.