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FLS Kindergartner Earns Writing Award

Reading Council honors FLS Kindergartner

Reading Council honors FLS Kindergartner

OSWEGO, NY – Emily Glenn, a kindergarten student at the Frederick Leighton Elementary School, recently earned a second place award from the Oswego Reading Council in their annual writing contest.

Emily wrote about “a very special person in her life”…her father.

Teacher Rayna Mills proudly poses with the youngster.

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