These members of Mrs. Lori Drake’s first-grade class who reached their goal of reading 100 books are, first row: Micah Pankratz and Justin Thacker; second row: Adelyn Reader, Ella Thomasen, Hadley Griffith, Cambria Taylor and Tyson Ferry; third row: Alivia Taylor, Colson Hanson, Anthony Longhurst, Zayden West, Deven Winslow, Christian Tanner and Kaytlynn Jeffs; and fourth row: Savanna Demke, Berlyn Tanner, Audrey Whitaker, Kate McClellan, Olivia White and Ethan Woodard. Not pictured: ROper Miller and Madisyn Rydalch.
Members of Mrs. Rachel Bohman’s first-grade class who reached their goal of reading 100 books are, first row: Sonata Griffin, Islee Patience, Keaira Brinker and Emma Craig; second row: Isaac Larsen, Camrie Holmes, Gracie Philpot, Liberty Bishop, Yonmi Saavedra, Alie Vaughn and Benjamin Bagleby; third row: Maxwell Howarth, Noah Hopper, Evie Lavery, Luke Rich, Austin Cheney, Torrin Alder and Presley Trujillo; and fourth row: Stephen Crawley, Landon Wilson, Ada Vazquez, Breanna Hyre, Malia Opeta and Gavin Woodard. Not pictured: Kincade Sutherland.
Members of Miss Karma Dale’s first-grade class who reached their goal of reading 100 books are, first row: Amber Willie, Kael Cook, Olivia Spilker, Payton Pujol, Jackson Brown, Nicolas Brandt and Angelyn Martinze; second row: Berklie Bell, Reesie Maxfield, Jack Griffith, Dakota Warr, Mylee Parker, Kamry Bryan, Amber Freitas and Zach Johnson; and third row: Kamri Nielsen, Addie Bolinder, Rylan Wanlass, Ben Poulson, Isaac Guymon, Bella Knudsen, Gabriela Bergantz, Madeline Holste, Nohea Muilivai and Sabine Stokes.
First-graders at Rose Springs Elementary School have been busy reading, and many of them reached their school-year goal of reading 100 books. They were rewarded with a rootbeer float party. Congratulations to these readers!
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