Books on display


Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students at Eastern Elementary School took part in the annual Reading Fair on Wednesday morning. The reading fair is similar to a science fair, except that science projects are replaced with details about the book of the students choice, including information such as main characters, the conflict of the story, publisher and author information and a summary of the book. Classic books like “Where the Red Fern Grows” and “Charlotte’s Web” were on display, mixed in with newer options like Harry Potter and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Some students selected their books based on things they like such as football, baseball or animals, while others selected a book from their favorite series (Harry Potter or Diary of a Wimpy Kid). Judges, including (top left) Commissioner Tim Ihle and assistant to the treasurer Terri Soulsby, (top right) Supt. Steve Ohlinger and treasurer Lisa Ritchie, and (bottom right) retired teacher Debbie Weber, spoke with the students about their projects, with the winners to be announced at the school’s awards day later in the school year.


Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students at Eastern Elementary School took part in the annual Reading Fair on Wednesday morning. The reading fair is similar to a science fair, except that science projects are replaced with details about the book of the students choice, including information such as main characters, the conflict of the story, publisher and author information and a summary of the book. Classic books like “Where the Red Fern Grows” and “Charlotte’s Web” were on display, mixed in with newer options like Harry Potter and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Some students selected their books based on things they like such as football, baseball or animals, while others selected a book from their favorite series (Harry Potter or Diary of a Wimpy Kid). Judges, including (top left) Commissioner Tim Ihle and assistant to the treasurer Terri Soulsby, (top right) Supt. Steve Ohlinger and treasurer Lisa Ritchie, and (bottom right) retired teacher Debbie Weber, spoke with the students about their projects, with the winners to be announced at the school’s awards day later in the school year.

Fourth, fifth and sixth grade students at Eastern Elementary School took part in the annual Reading Fair on Wednesday morning. The reading fair is similar to a science fair, except that science projects are replaced with details about the book of the students choice, including information such as main characters, the conflict of the story, publisher and author information and a summary of the book. Classic books like “Where the Red Fern Grows” and “Charlotte’s Web” were on display, mixed in with newer options like Harry Potter and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Some students selected their books based on things they like such as football, baseball or animals, while others selected a book from their favorite series (Harry Potter or Diary of a Wimpy Kid). Judges, including (top left) Commissioner Tim Ihle and assistant to the treasurer Terri Soulsby, (top right) Supt. Steve Ohlinger and treasurer Lisa Ritchie, and (bottom right) retired teacher Debbie Weber, spoke with the students about their projects, with the winners to be announced at the school’s awards day later in the school year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/05/web1_5.11-Reading-Fair.jpgFourth, fifth and sixth grade students at Eastern Elementary School took part in the annual Reading Fair on Wednesday morning. The reading fair is similar to a science fair, except that science projects are replaced with details about the book of the students choice, including information such as main characters, the conflict of the story, publisher and author information and a summary of the book. Classic books like “Where the Red Fern Grows” and “Charlotte’s Web” were on display, mixed in with newer options like Harry Potter and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Some students selected their books based on things they like such as football, baseball or animals, while others selected a book from their favorite series (Harry Potter or Diary of a Wimpy Kid). Judges, including (top left) Commissioner Tim Ihle and assistant to the treasurer Terri Soulsby, (top right) Supt. Steve Ohlinger and treasurer Lisa Ritchie, and (bottom right) retired teacher Debbie Weber, spoke with the students about their projects, with the winners to be announced at the school’s awards day later in the school year.