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Lindbergh Elementary Welcomes Special Guest Readers to Classes on January 31

Lindbergh Elementary School welcomed many special guests on Wednesday, January 31 to read to classes and encourage a love for reading. Guest readers included Superintendent Stephen Bovino, Assistant Superintendents Robin Zymroz and Christopher Swiatek, Kenmore West teacher and KTA President Peter Stuhlmiller, Community Relations Coordinator Patrick Fanelli, Principal Michael Muscarella, and many other school/district administrators and staff members who read a wide varity of favorite books to classes.

The event was one of many fun “Read to Achieve” events held over a period of three weeks that encouraged children to read for fun. Every student who completed seven hours of independent reading will earn a free admission ticket to Darien Lake in the months of July and August.

The Read to Achieve event activities included a Nels Ross assembly from Young Audiences, a family story night with dogs from Paws for Love, Make-a-Bookmark Day, a day for wearing a readable shirt and/or hat, and a pajama day.

 

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Guest readers read to Lindbergh Elementary classes

Student reading with dog

Student reading with dog

In Jest performance