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Reading fair has New Albany students working hard

New Albany Elementary School held its annual Reading Fair on January 19th.



Pictured front row l-r: Emma Claire Ferrell, Wyatt Taylor, Landon Evans, Josie Osorio, and Maggie Ann McNutt; second row l-r: Briana Dunson, Harper Howard, Baylee Street, Lilly Shannon, and Madison Coltharp; back row l-r: Tenauri Brownlee, Jr., Julianna Langley, Easton Hatcher, Victoria Rutherford, and Owen Richey.





New Albany Elem reading fair



Pictured front row l-r: Dalton Chism and Carson Crutchfield; second row l-r: Max Bullock, Caleb Haygood, and Dawson Horn; back row l-r: Mason Tate, Jack Prather, Chandler Mathis, Marlee Mathis, Laura Preston Ranager, Gina Grace Lesley.





The New Albany High School Reading Fair was held on Wednesday, January 18.

First place winners will advance to the Regional Reading Fair to be held at Lafayette County High School.  School winners are as follows:

Reading Fair New Albany MS


Individual Fiction & Literary Non-fiction winners l-r:  Citlaly Avila, 1st Place; Taylor Willis, 2nd Place; Maggie Creekmore, 3rd Place





Reading Fair winners, New Albany, MSGroup Fiction & Literary Non-fiction winners l-r:  Alex Herring & Baleigh Bowers, 1st Place; Rosalee Roberts & Kalob Adair, 2nd Place; Emma Myers & Meadow Golden, 3rd Place.





Workshops gave Elementary School students a head start for success in the Reading Fair

New Albany Elementary School hosted a Family Reading Fair Workshop on Thursday, January 12.  Students and their families received tips on how to create a reading fair board, looked at sample boards, and were given the opportunity to ask teachers questions about the judging process.   Fourteen families attended the event that was sponsored by the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program.   NAES teachers Balinda Denton and Angela Victory coordinated the event.

reading fair Q&A new albany, ms

NAES teacher Angela Victory answers questions about book selections and entering boards for the reading fair.

Reading fair workshop tips

NAES teacher Balinda Denton reviews important tips regarding reading fair boards.


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