Indiantown Middle School's Voracious Readers Honored With Delicious Meal
For the fifth consecutive year, Indiantown Middle School (IMS) students who have made reading their personal priority have been treated to a celebratory meal at the famed Seminole Inn in the Village of Indiantown.
School Board Member Christia Li Roberts (District 1) has made a tradition of treating Indiantown Middle's "Voracious Readers" to an afternoon of great conversation and a delicious meal. Students who attended this year's luncheons on April 28 and 29 read at least ten Sunshine State Young Reader (SSYR) titles or were members of the school's Book Club. This year, Superintendent John D. Millay and IMS Media Specialist June Parrilli also dined with the students. The children were extremely eager to discuss the books they had read and what they learned with Dr. Millay, Ms. Roberts and Ms. Parilli. At the conclusion of the meals, Ms. Roberts presented each student with a thesaurus to support them as they continue to build their vocabularies.
Congratulations to the following students:
Marcos Gonzalez Tax, 5th Grade
Willie Lopez, 5th Grade
Sebastian Antonio, 5th Grade
Andrew Santizo, 5th Grade
Brian Ailon, 5th Grade
Anthony Pineda, 6th Grade
Sandra Juan Manuel, 6th Grade
Kiara Ramirez, 6th Grade
Roxie Avellaneda, 6th Grade
Elizabeth Perez, 6th Grade
Rosie Antonio Diego, 6th Grade
Yojana Mendoza, 7th Grade
Alina Gomez, 7th Grade
Stephen Diego-Mateo, 7th Grade
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