Spanish Fork City teams up with local schools for Rodeo Reading Challenge
Apr 10, 2018 04:20PM
The Rodeo Reading Challenge assemblies kicked off in March with the 2018 Fiesta Days Royalty. The assembly lineup consisted of members of the Rodeo committee Dale Robinson and Nick Hanks as well as a surprise guest, Landon Hanks, a third grader, that taught students how to rope. The reading challenge will go through the month of April.
Last year the students’ combined reading reached 2.3 million minutes or 39,071 hours. The top two student readers at each elementary school will be announced Friday, July 20, 2018, the first night at the Fiesta Days Rodeo in Spanish Fork. These winning students will receive tickets to the Fiesta Days Rodeo, Justin boots, Wrangler Jeans, and a Resistol cowboy hat as well as be involved in the opening ceremonies on the opening night of the Fiesta Days Rodeo.
Schools accepting the Rodeo Reading Challenge include: Brockbank Elementary Canyon Elementary East Meadows Elementary Larsen Elementary Maple Ridge Elementary Park Elementary Rees Elementary Riverview Elementary Sierra Bonita Elementary Spanish Oaks Elementary
Good luck reading Nebo students. Let’s reach 3 million minutes this year.
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