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September 19, 2018

Lanigan ELA Reading Night Makes Literacy Fun


The finger pals craft table was Madison Reynolds’ favorite activities to participate in at the recent ELA Reading Night held at Lanigan Elementary School.

The finger pals craft table was Madison Reynolds’ favorite activities to participate in at the recent ELA Reading Night held at Lanigan Elementary School.

FULTON, NY – The halls of Lanigan Elementary School were filled with red fruit punch mustaches, cheese puff orange fingertips and the joy of reading at the English Language Art Reading Night held recently at the school.

Lanigan Student Brady Zych gets a wonderful surprise message as he realizes that his mother, Lori, has drawn “I love you” in American Sign Language on the foam fun table at the recent ELA Reading Night held at the school.

Lanigan Student Brady Zych gets a wonderful surprise message as he realizes that his mother, Lori, has drawn “I love you” in American Sign Language on the foam fun table at the recent ELA Reading Night held at the school.

The evening was packed with fun filled educational games and activities for children of all ages, including several reading games, foam fun table, and a variety of craft tables.

One of the most popular attractions was the snack station.

There, students and their families enjoyed the fruit punch, popcorn and cheese puffs that were available to munch on while enjoying the evening’s various festivities.

ELA Reading Night is aimed at showing students how fun reading can be, as well as to help parents effectively encourage literacy at home.

Lanigan Elementary School Principal Dan Johnson was very pleased with this year’s attendance.

“Last year’s event was so successful, we made sure to do it again this year,” he said.

Kindergartener Maya Gugula stops by the snack station for some delicious fruit punch, while taking a break from the many activities at Lanigan’s ELA Reading Night.

Kindergartener Maya Gugula stops by the snack station for some delicious fruit punch, while taking a break from the many activities at Lanigan’s ELA Reading Night.

Held in conjunction with parent/teacher conferences, the event also allowed parents to meet with teachers while their children enjoyed a safe and supervised environment.

The event, which was offered absolutely free to staff, students and their families, is one of several held at Lanigan throughout the year to bring families together for a safe and educational night of fun.

For information about ELA Reading Family Fun Night or other upcoming events at the school, contact Lanigan Elementary School.

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