New books and Easter cookies


FPES celebrates kindergarten readers

By Charles Warner - [email protected]



Foster Park Elementary School parents Ashley and Robert Helton helped their son Noah and his friend, Madison Boyter, decorate Easter cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.


Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergartners were recognized for their reading achievements and afterwards had lots of fun decorating cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.


Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park student Greyson Redmon and his grandmother, Jan Redmond, celebrated Greyson’s reading accomplishments and then enjoyed a cookie together during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.


Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School student A.J. Myers enjoyed icing his Easter cookie during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.


Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School School recently celebrated the reading accomplishments of its kindergarten students during its 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.


Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergarten student James Farr could not contain his excitement about choosing a new book during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.


UNION — The reading accomplishments of kindergarten students at Foster Park Elementary School were celebrated recently with a program that included parents and grandparents, books for the students, and decorating and eating Easter cookies.

The kindergarten students at Foster Park Elementary School have been taking part in the 100 Book Challege of reading 100 books during the 2016-2017 school year.

To honor their achievement, the school held a 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program for the kindergarten students. As part of the program, the children were each allowed to choose a book provided by the school they could keep and take home with them.

The program was also attended by the students’ parents and/or grandparents who got to help the students decorate Easter cookies and then, of course, eat the results of their decorative talents.

Reading, it has been said, is fundamental for getting an education. When children, with the help of their teachers at school and their families at home, learn not only to read, but to love reading, that is indeed something worth celebrating.

So congratulations to the kindergarten students of Foster Park Elementary School for taking part the 100 Book Challenge. Congratulations also to the teachers and families of those students for teaching them to read and encouraging them to do so. It’s a great accomplishment that will continue to bless and enrich the lives of these children long after they have left Foster Park Elementary School and long after they have left childhood.

Picture 3433- Foster Park kindergartner James Farr could not contain his excitement about choosing a new book.

Foster Park Elementary School parents Ashley and Robert Helton helped their son Noah and his friend, Madison Boyter, decorate Easter cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3425.jpgFoster Park Elementary School parents Ashley and Robert Helton helped their son Noah and his friend, Madison Boyter, decorate Easter cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.

Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergartners were recognized for their reading achievements and afterwards had lots of fun decorating cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3428.jpgPhoto courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergartners were recognized for their reading achievements and afterwards had lots of fun decorating cookies during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.

Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park student Greyson Redmon and his grandmother, Jan Redmond, celebrated Greyson’s reading accomplishments and then enjoyed a cookie together during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3431.jpgPhoto courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park student Greyson Redmon and his grandmother, Jan Redmond, celebrated Greyson’s reading accomplishments and then enjoyed a cookie together during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.

Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School student A.J. Myers enjoyed icing his Easter cookie during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3427.jpgPhoto courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School student A.J. Myers enjoyed icing his Easter cookie during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. During the program, students were allowed to select a book they could keep and take home with them and then decorated and ate Easter cookies with their parents and/or grandparents.

Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School School recently celebrated the reading accomplishments of its kindergarten students during its 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3432.jpgPhoto courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School School recently celebrated the reading accomplishments of its kindergarten students during its 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.

Photo courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergarten student James Farr could not contain his excitement about choosing a new book during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_thumbnail_DSCF3433.jpgPhoto courtesy of Foster Park Elementary School Foster Park Elementary School kindergarten student James Farr could not contain his excitement about choosing a new book during the school’s 100 Book Challenge Recognition Program. The program honored the school’s kindergarten students for their participation in the 100 Book Challenge of reading 100 books during the current school year. After the program, students could choose one book to keep and take home with them. They also got to decorate and eat Easter cookies with their parents and grandparents.
FPES celebrates kindergarten readers

By Charles Warner

[email protected]

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

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