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ACCELERATED READER AT SCPS
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Friday, October 19, 2018
Pictured:  Kaylee McCoy, Dr. April Smith, and Katherine Catalan-Gomez
Pictured: Kaylee McCoy, Dr. April Smith, and Katherine Catalan-Gomez

Accelerated Reader is in full swing at Sumter County Primary School. This is a program used to encourage and motivate students to read, and the theme this year is “Rocking in Our Reading Shoes”. Students earn points as they read and test their comprehension. Once they reach five points, their shoe is added to the wall and continues walking up the street as their points increase. The first nine weeks celebration will be held this month to reward students for reaching their goal.

 

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