Milwaukee Bucks Library Reading Challenge 2014
The Milwaukee Bucks sponsors a yearly Read to Achieve program. Several students at Eagle Elementary, and one student at Palmyra Eagle Middle School took advantage of this program by reading 500 pages or more and reporting it back to their school librarians. Throughout the program, students were rewarded with stickers for each 125 pages they read. They also received a poster of two Milwaukee Bucks players.
Once a child reached their goal of 500 pages they received a voucher to attend a Bucks game free of charge! Their family members were also invited to join them at a reduced rate. Two different games are dedicated to honoring these readers. At the game they will receive either a Milwaukee Bucks lunch box or a youth jersey. Congratulations to Isabelle Svehlek, Morgan Beilke, Liam Schroeder, Riley Schneider, Alexis Wangard, Rebecca Oschmann, Meghan Butenhoff, Katelyn Rennebu, Jacob Molloy, Madisson Pfeiffer, Katie McGlothlen, Fischer Schneider, and Tyler Molloy.
Of these children, Alexis Wangard, Jacob Molloy and Tyler Molloy went above and beyond what was asked of them taking their reading game into OVERTIME and read over 750 pages!!! Their names were entered into several special drawings that will be chosen during the games.
Congratulations to all of these Bucks All-Star Readers!