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Library Hosts Summer Reading Celebration

Library Hosts Summer Reading Celebration

Maddie Burke and Zinzi Symister

October 2, 2018


Filed under Midlo Library, News from the Classroom

On September 28, 2018, over 150 bookworms gathered in the open commons for the 2018 Summer Reading Celebration. Librarians Mrs. Heather Murfee and Ms. Emilia Mazzanti led the celebration, and the open commons brimmed with beach-themed decorations, including: floats, beach balls, and pineapples. To ad...

Gear Up for Summer Reading

Gear Up for Summer Reading

Alyssa Marchese and Samantha Johnson

June 5, 2018


Filed under Midlo Library, Student Life

Summer is just around the corner and with it comes summer reading. Students all over Chesterfield County are expected to read over the summer. With as much free time as students have once the school bell rings for the last time, it can be hard to choose just a few books to read and even harder to find...

Reading to Win

Reading to Win

Rachel Bybee, Midlo Scoop Staff

September 22, 2017


Filed under Midlo Library, News from the Classroom

The Closed Commons bustled with students on September 20th, their faces glowing with the anticipation of earning a prize from their summer reading. The number of books students read over the summer determined the amount of times their names were entered into the raffle for prizes. If picked, the student...

Morning of Books and Fun

Morning of Books and Fun

Merrill Livingston, Staff Writer

September 26, 2016


Filed under News from the Classroom

Over the summer, Midlo students entered into the Summer Reading Celebration by completing different activities with their summer books, including taking a selfie. Those students who met the summer reading requirements and submitted those activities attended the Summer Reading Celebration during Midl...

Grab a Good Book and Read!

Grab a Good Book and Read!

Eddie Thomas, Staff Writer

June 8, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

Reading is a simple and enjoyable way for students to boost their brainpower, so Chesterfield County Public Schools encourages high school students to read during summer vacation. What students read is less important than how much they read, research shows. A study by Barbara Heyns found that “...

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