Craig Briefs: Passport to Reading honors participants
Moffat County’s Passport to Reading program celebrated the end of the year last week with a barbecue and party for participants. It also handed out awards to reading champions from each Moffat County elementary school as well as to the most improved readers.
Most improved readers (one fourth-grader and one fifth-grader from each school):
Kimber Wheeler, Darbi Zimmerman, Carlos Martinez, Angel Zaragoza, Julissa Mendoza Quintana, Dakota Baker, David Santos and Karla Pitha
School reading champs:
■ Ridgeview Elementary
Third place — Kaci Dunlap
Second place — Makala Herndon
First place — Tara Brumblow
■ Sandrock Elementary
Third place — Eduardo Olivera
Second place — Taelynn Southard
First place — Phoenix Harris
■ East Elementary
Third place — Marylyn Arellano
Second place — Jayden Mack
First place — Grisel Moriel
■ Sunset Elementary
Third place — Krece Papierski
Second place — Seth White
First place — Alexa Neton
Grand prize/overall reading champ: Emaleigh Papierski (272 passport stamps)
Summer day camp in Hayden starts Tuesday
Hayden’s Totally Kids summer day camp runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays beginning Tuesday. Registration forms are available at Hayden Valley Elementary School or at http://www.haydentotallykids.com. For more information, call Carolyn at 970-846-9083.
Weather safety training offered in Steamboat
The National Weather Service will lead a free storm spotter and weather safety training from 1 to 3 p.m. June 8 in the Yampa Valley Electric Association Community Room, 32 10th St. in Steamboat Springs. For more information, visit http://www.weather.gov/gjt.
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