‘Right to Read Week’ celebrated at WMS


Washington Middle School celebrated Right to Read Week, May 9-13, with many fun activities for the students. The theme for the week was “Washington fought for our Freedom.” Superintendent Matthew McCorkle visited students during lunch times dressed as President George Washington to pass out raffle tickets to students who were caught reading. Students were then able to turn in their tickets for free books and a chance to win various food prizes.


Washington Middle School celebrated Right to Read Week, May 9-13, with many fun activities for the students. The theme for the week was “Washington fought for our Freedom.” Superintendent Matthew McCorkle visited students during lunch times dressed as President George Washington to pass out raffle tickets to students who were caught reading. Students were then able to turn in their tickets for free books and a chance to win various food prizes.

Washington Middle School celebrated Right to Read Week, May 9-13, with many fun activities for the students. The theme for the week was “Washington fought for our Freedom.” Superintendent Matthew McCorkle visited students during lunch times dressed as President George Washington to pass out raffle tickets to students who were caught reading. Students were then able to turn in their tickets for free books and a chance to win various food prizes.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_IMG_0602.jpgWashington Middle School celebrated Right to Read Week, May 9-13, with many fun activities for the students. The theme for the week was “Washington fought for our Freedom.” Superintendent Matthew McCorkle visited students during lunch times dressed as President George Washington to pass out raffle tickets to students who were caught reading. Students were then able to turn in their tickets for free books and a chance to win various food prizes.
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