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Summer Reading Fun at CiTi

MEXICO – The Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation’s summer school program was a real page-turner for students in Darlene Ochsner’s class.

Members of team CiTi OIympians beam with pride after learning they were able to spend a day at Thunder Island in Fulton after team members read the most books during the 2016 CiTi Summer Reading Program.
Members of team CiTi OIympians beam with pride after learning they were able to spend a day at Thunder Island in Fulton after team members read the most books during the 2016 CiTi Summer Reading Program.

Team CiTi Olympians recently won a trip to Thunder Island in Fulton after its 32 members read a total of 276 books from July 6 to Aug. 10, as part of the 2016 CiTi Summer Reading program.

For their efforts, all students who participated in the program received pencils and bookmarks.

Many teams exceeded the expectation of reading a total 25 books.

Each student turned in a reading log and selected a prize from CiTi’s library.

CiTi Library Media Specialist Tammy Cummings said she was thrilled to see the enthusiasm and excitement of students for summer reading.

Pictured are CiTi Olympians team members, from left: Aidan McRae (Oswego City School District), Brandon Lando (Mexico Academy & Central School District), Leland Bradbury (Central Square School District), Bella Webster (Mexico Academy & Central School District).

Absent from the photo are Jordon Kenyon (Mexico Academy & Central School District) and Madisyn Stuper (Central Square School District).