Glendale students earn pizza for reading

Courtesy photos Fourth-graders at Glendale Elementary who met their goals in the Accelerated Reading program include (from left): front row –– Kadin O’Donnell, Makayla Long, Kyleigh Pellew, Aiden Oshall, Hadley Oshall, Isabelle Kenney and Berlin Seilhamer; back row –– Calleigh Yingling, Owen Wagner, Jacob Wombacher, Emily Biss, Ansley Oshall, Saul Detwiler and Jace Weld.
Glendale fourth-graders received certificates for meeting their reading goals. They include (from left): front –– Berlin Seilhamer, Saul Detwiler, Blaze Richards and Ansley Oshall; back –– Jacob Wombacher, Owen Wagner, Jace Weld, Hadley Oshall and Aiden Oshall.

FLINTON — Fourth-grade students in Becky Link’s homeroom at Glendale Elementary earned tasty rewards for meeting their Accelerated Reading goals during the first and second marking periods of the 2020-21 school year.

The Glendale Education Foundation partnered with Link to provide funding for this project.

Claudia Shaw, owner of Brothers Pizza in Coalport, and Russ Cornelius, owner of Squiggy’s Pizza in Irvona, provided mini-pizzas for the individual students.


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