Indian Knoll Elementary School won first place in the CCSD Reading Bowl elementary school division. From left to right, front row: Caroline Sanders, Riley May, Bethany Sawkins, Grady Bonham, Kylie Rhines, Meredith Rein, Rylan Talley, Gracy Grays, Elena Dagostino; back row: coaches Jennifer Lewis, Kim Brown and Allison Eubanks, Principal Kim Cerasoli and Assistant Principal Angela Martin.
Congratulations to the winners of the annual CCSD Reading Bowl!
They are… for elementary school: Indian Knoll Elementary School, first place; Clark Creek Elementary School STEM Academy, second; and Little River Elementary School, third; middle school: Freedom Middle School, first place, and E.T. Booth Middle School, second; and high school: Creekview High School, first place, and River Ridge High School, second.
The Reading Bowl, which recently was held at E.T. Booth Middle School, is a timed competition designed to encourage reading. Open to students in grades 4-12, the competition features questions from books selected by a CCSD committee of educators.
Freedom Middle School placed first in the CCSD Reading Bowl middle school competition. From left to right, Coach Allison Cook, Leia Lankford, Coach Amanda Struchtemeyer, Lily Meredith, Chris Akers, Avery King, Cheyenne Buffkin, Jacob Tucker, Connor Gunkler, Megan McBride, Dillon Dailey, and Coach Amber Effner. Not pictured: Thad Brake, Grace Dai, Annabeth Dudley, and Jacob Duncan.
Creekview High School earned first place in the CCSD Reading Bowl high school division. From left to right, Coach Nan Lanford, Abigail Gallagher, Morgan Mayberry, Grace Godwin, Rachel Payne, Elena Kubit, and Assistant Coach Faith Cowley.
Students face off in competition at the annual CCSD Reading Bowl recently held at E.T. Booth Middle School.
As part of the CCSD Reading Bowl festivities, students parade into the gym carrying special banners as teachers, family and friends cheer them on.