RJK earns first place as top secondary school in reading challenge

Congratulations to Robert J. Kaiser Middle School for coming in first place as the top secondary school in the Annual Sullivan County BOCES Cross County Reading Challenge. Over the entire school year, students, and teachers, in schools across the county logged the books they read. RJK topped them all by logging 471 books earning them a first-place banner. Each month of the contest, students who logged books were entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card. Check out this link for the full standings and to see what students, and teachers, are reading in Sullivan County. https://datastudio.google.com/reporting/3e59e63c-37ee-4266-852b-bdc4096910d5/page/dNBW?s=sZDCBS0nCMo
These students are recognized as our top readers, congratulations on a job well done!
Isabella Loucks            (84 Books)
Michelle Van Lowe      (44 Books)
De’Anna Livingston    (18 Books)
Kate Smith                    (16 Books)
Johnuel Soto Guzma   (15 Books)
Nariah Reyes                 (14 Books)
Madelyne Brodowsky  (13 Books)
Crystal Nipitella            (12 Books)
Jillian Monteverdi        (10 Books)