Students go to ball park meeting reading goals
For the fifth year in a row, West Orange – Stark Middle School students earning their Accelerated Reader goal for the third six weeks were able to attend a West Orange – Stark High School Lady Mustang softball game and enjoy lunch at the WO-S High School Softball Field concession stand.
Eighty-five middle schools students met their goal and had the opportunity to travel to the High School to cheer the Lady Mustangs to victory February 28.
WO-S Middle School students enjoyed the warm weather, the game, and the off-campus treat with friends.
West Orange – Stark Middle School students who achieved their reading goal and attended the off campus reward were:
Sixth Grade: Emily Amy, Brooke Dantzler, Joslyn Reed, D’Von Angelle, Leotera George, Payton Brown, Nicholas Carroll, Alana Gradnigo, Joshua Huerta, Kalairn Keaton, Laquarius Paige, Jordan Richard, Jordan Jackson, Jacory Angelle, Keeli Prochaska, Andrew Sandacz, Maurice Morris, Rachel Anzaldua, Casey Chapman, Holly Darnall, Amina Flore, Leanna Hickey, Taylor Hickey, Shawn Prestwood, Shawn Shafer, Lashya Daughtery, and Andre Antoine.
Seventh Grade: Jeremiah Gant, Tyran Como, Andrea Atchan,J.T. Clanton, Michelle Glazner, Khalia Gilder, Jami Bass, Hope Hernandez, Tierra Lawrence, Sydney Manasco, Courtney Owens, Ashle Taylor, and Kelsi Taylor.
Eighth Grade: Shalisa Budwine , Mary Warnell, Shymkia Turner, Jacoy Finney, Karli Flurry, Kylie Hughes, Julius Knolley, Ashton Lemoine, Sarah Ragsdale, Alayna Jacobs, Jason Sinclair, Tiffany Spring, Allen Daniel, Trea Henderson, Paul Schroeder, Dominique Singleton, Gage Archer, Dammy Busari, Tre’ Carroll, Leigh Anne Dallas, Otis Frazier, Brandon Jackson, Athenee Jefferson, Cassandra May, Mikekory Simon, Brian Bowen, Jamarcus Corks, and Alex Jenkins.
“The kids were great. We couldn’t have asked for better weather. It was a good game and the food at the concession stand was great, as usual. It’s always fun rewarding students for doing a job well done, and making their AR goal ranks at the top because you must read to succeed,” sixth grade reading teacher Annely Domas said.