Tupelo Schools reading fair

The Tupelo School District held its reading fair last week, featuring the winners from the individual school competitions. During the event, students were judged on presentation boards they had created based on a book they had read.

Winners from the school district competition advanced to the upcoming regional reading fair to be held Feb. 22 in Oxford. They include: Thomas Street’s Nate Dillon (kindergarten), Joyner’s Jaxon Harris (first grade), Lawhon’s Dillon Ruth Dorsett (second grade), Pierce Street’s Lindsay Hopkins (third grade), Lawndale’s Chance Milner (fourth- to fifth-grade), Milam’s Eli Smart (sixth- to eighth-grade), Pierce Street’s Jennifer Cubillo (non-fiction, third- to fifth-grade) and Milam’s Daniel Fierro (non-fiction, sixth- to eighth-grade).

Joyner students Katherine Gillon, Summer Wilson and Steele Satterfield,  all in Ms. Alberson’s class, placed first in the group and family K-2 division. Also winning in that division were Rankin’s Jake Weir and John Braxton Daughdrill (third- to fifth-grade) and Tupelo Middle’s Cate and Claire Burroughs (sixth- to eighth-grade).

The Lee County School District held its reading fair today. We will have photos from it in Wednesday’s Daily Journal, and I’ll post the list of winners when I get it.

Below are some photos from Tupelo’s Reading Fair (To be posted shortly).

 

COURTESY Thomas Street kindergartner Nate Dillon, left, and Joyner kindergartner Juan Amador display their boards during the Tupelo School District's Reading Fair.

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Thomas Street kindergartner Nate Dillon, left, and Joyner kindergartner Juan Amador display their boards during the Tupelo School District’s Reading Fair.

COURTESY Joyner Elementary students Steele Satterfield, from left, Summer Wilson and Katherine Gillon placed first in the K-2 group and family division during the Tupelo School District's Reading Fair.

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Joyner Elementary students Steele Satterfield, from left, Summer Wilson and Katherine Gillon placed first in the K-2 group and family division during the Tupelo School District’s Reading Fair.

 

COURTESY Second graders Mackenzie Wright, from left, Andrews McClellan, Nathan Eschete and Dillon Ruth Dorsett competed in the Tupelo School District's Reading Fair.

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Second graders Mackenzie Wright, from left, Andrews McClellan, Nathan Eschete and Dillon Ruth Dorsett competed in the Tupelo School District’s Reading Fair.

 

COURTESY Third graders London Fields, from left, Caden Heisel, Caden Jones and Lindsay Hopkins compete in the Tupelo School District Reading Fair.

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Third graders London Fields, from left, Caden Heisel, Caden Jones and Lindsay Hopkins compete in the Tupelo School District Reading Fair.

COURTESY Tupelo students Reid Hardison, Gray Shettles, Clark Atkinson and Chance Milner compete in the fourth- to fifth-grade division at the Tupelo Schools Reading Fair.

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Tupelo students Reid Hardison, from left, Gray Shettles, Clark Atkinson and Chance Milner compete in the fourth- to fifth-grade division at the Tupelo Schools Reading Fair.

Tupelo Middle's Leslie Williams, left, and Milam's Eli Smart compete in the sixth- to eighth-grade division at the Tupelo School District's Reading Fair.

Tupelo Middle’s Leslie Williams, left, and Milam’s Eli Smart compete in the sixth- to eighth-grade division at the Tupelo School District’s Reading Fair.

 

 

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