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Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary SchoolMonarch Elementary School's Save the Children program received reading awards for the January to April, 2013 school year. Monarch Elementary School received the Gold Star Award and Super Star Status, which means all of the children maintained an Accelerated Reader quiz average of 90 percent or higher for an entire year. There were only six schools out of 36 nationwide that received this award. Mrs. Anita Maness, Principal, presented the awards to Mrs. Kathy Arnold, Save the Children Coordinator and Mrs. Sally Palmer, Literacy Tutor.
Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary SchoolMonarch Elementary School's Save the Children program received reading awards for the January to April, 2013 school year. Monarch Elementary School received the Gold Star Award and Super Star Status, which means all of the children maintained an Accelerated Reader quiz average of 90 percent or higher for an entire year. There were only six schools out of 36 nationwide that received this award. Mrs. Anita Maness, Principal, presented the awards to Mrs. Kathy Arnold, Save the Children Coordinator and Mrs. Sally Palmer, Literacy Tutor.
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MONARCH — Monarch Elementary School’s Save the Children program received reading awards for the January to April, 2013 school year. Monarch Elementary School received the Gold Star Award and Super Star Status, which means all of the children maintained an Accelerated Reader quiz average of 90 percent or higher for an entire year. There were only six schools out of 36 nationwide that received this award.


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