GREENE SPRING READ-A-THON RESULTS

Congratulations Greene! We read 358,839 minutes in just 7 weeks, and with only 20% of our students actually reporting their reading! Which means in reality we read a lot more! I am so proud of all of you, and hope you enjoyed reading and participating!


We have our winners! The class at each grade level with the highest number of average minutes read per student (including every student enrolled in the class, regardless of participation) has won, and the three classes are:

6th grade: 

Mrs. Chan's 2nd period class, with an average of 2,412 minutes read per student, and 8 students participating

7th grade: 

Mr. Bark's 3rd period 3class, with an average of 1,409 minutes read per student, and 3 students participating

8th grade: 

Ms. Veitch's 6th period class, with an average of 291 minutes read per student, and 2 students participating

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