Thursday, December 19, 2013

Caught Reading...Melissa Pilcher

Congratulations to Melissa Pilcher who was caught reading after she had completed some work in class by Ms. Lowery.  She is the most recent student at WMS to earn a "Caught Reading" goody bag.  Keep up the good work, Melissa!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Caught Reading...Tiffany Schools

Tiffany was recently caught reading on the bus during, I believe, a field trip by Ms. Michele Mason.  What a great use of her time!


Caught Reading by Ms. Hinton...

Ms. Hinton, one of our 7th grade Language Arts teachers, recently caught some of her students reading at times when they could have been doing something else.  This is great!  These students received treat bags for their efforts.  Students, keep reading!  Teachers, keep catching!

Zach Wix and Cali Hunter

Logan Heckart on the last page or two of his chosen book.

Caught Reading...Bishop Browe

Our SRO officer, Deputy Forrest, stopped by to tell us that she sees 7th grade student Bishop Browe reading...a lot.  In fact, Bishop can be found reading many times as he moves from class to class  - using every free minute available to him.  Currently, he is working on reading his way through the Al Capone series by Gennifer Choldenko.  That's great, Bishop!  Just watch where you're going.  :)

Like all our students who are caught reading at a time when they could be doing something else, Bishop received a goody bag full of candy and coupons (some really good coupons).  We can't wait to see who'll be caught next!

Caught Reading by Ms. Walker

Our 8th grade science teacher, Ms. Donielle Walker, recently caught a few of her students reading during some free time in class.  This is wonderful!!!  Keep it up, guys.

Kendall Goodrum reading Veronica Roth's Divergent on her eReader.

Ryin Raney reading through a magazine, which are great sources of informational text.

Drew Gregory reading ScienceWorks.

Tracey Barrett looks close to the end of the book she's reading.

Each of these students will receive a small token of appreciation from the library for setting such a good example as a reader leader.  Who'll be next?