Lincoln Elementary Hosts Superhero Reading Challenge

Mike Seals - October 26, 2020 11:21 am

Lincoln Elementary School is having a Superhero Reading Challenge this year.

For the first quarter, third through fifth grade students and all staff were challenged to read books, take AR tests, and complete technology tasks.

Eighty-four (84) Lincoln students and six staff members finished the Captain America Challenge.

As a reward, names were called over the intercom, and readers got to run a Hero Hallway Lap around the perimeter of the school interior.

Pictured (below): Fourth grader Treyton Gober running a Hero Lap!


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