NAES fifth grade accelerated reading awards

May 10th, 2015     City schools Community

New Albany Elementary School recently honored the following fifth grade students for their success in the Accelerated Reading program during the 3rd 9 Weeks:
25 Point Club
Aluna Johnson, Sophie Taylor, Taylor Jarvis, Sylvia Russell, Janiya Rutherford, Avry Clifton, Quarniya Williams, Jamie Meija, Johnathon Paganelli, Hayden Duran, Autumn Baukman, Anna Kent, Emma Graham

NAES fifth grade 25 point club

NAES fifth grade 25 point club

 

50 Point Club
Austin Ronowski, Catherine Coleman, Kevin Hernandez, Lucy Morris, Rebecca Coltharp, Connor Greer, Katie Evans, Dajahira Zuniga, Hannah Beth Spencer, Emma Buskirk, Drayton Wilson, Catherine Truemper, Rylee Reeves, Giavanna Vainisi, Bonnie Littlejohn

NAES fifth grade 50 point club

NAES fifth grade 50 point club


75 Point Club

Landon Dallas, Abby Thweatt

NAES fifth grade 75 point club

NAES fifth grade 75 point club

100 Point Club
Nathan Wilson, Caroline King, Rylie Ozbirn, Anniston Hodges, Lizbeth Fonseca

NAES fifth grade 100 point club: Nathan Wilson, Caroline King, Rylie Ozbirn, Anniston Hodges, Lizbeth Fonseca

NAES fifth grade 100 point club: Nathan Wilson, Caroline King, Rylie Ozbirn, Anniston Hodges, Lizbeth Fonseca

125 Point Club
Charlsie Stacks, Madeline Blackburn

NAES fifth grade 125 point club: Charlsie Stacks, Madeline Blackburn

NAES fifth grade 125 point club: Charlsie Stacks, Madeline Blackburn

250 Point Club
Sophie Chen, Owen Grace Swords

NAES fifth grade 250 point club. Sophie Chen, Owen Grace Swords

NAES fifth grade 250 point club. Sophie Chen, Owen Grace Swords

300 Point Club
Samuel Rossetti

NAES fifth grade 300 point club Samuel Rossetti

NAES fifth grade 300 point club
Samuel Rossetti

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