Stu­dents read, teacher pied

The Boyertown Area Times - - COMMUNITY -

The stu­dents at Lin­coln Ele­men­tary School un­der­stand that read­ers be­come lead­ers. Lin­coln Prin­ci­pal, Cal­ista Boyer, chal­lenged her stu­dents to read 500 books by the end of the first mark­ing pe­riod. Stu­dents not only met the goal but far ex­ceeded it by read­ing 800 books dur­ing the first mark­ing pe­riod. All stu­dents who read at least 25 books be­came Lin­coln Read­ing Stars and re­ceived a cer­tifi­cate along with a coupon for a free kid’s meal at Ap­ple­bee’s. Their names were also placed in a lot­tery and Boyer drew 10 names of stu­dents who were des­ig­nated as “pie de­liv­ery per­sons.” At a school­wide assembly, each de­liv­ery per­son had the op­por­tu­nity to “de­liver a cream pie” to Boyer’s face. — Sub­mit­ted by Pottstown School District


Kai­lyn Pena, 4th grade, was one of the stu­dents se­lected to “pie” Prin­ci­pal Cal­ista Boyer.

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