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Read Across America 2017 005

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Mar 2017
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Melissa Schools students and teachers #Read2Grow on Read Across America Day

Students and teachers at Melissa Schools celebrated Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’ birthday today, Thursday, March 2. Guest readers visited classrooms at Harry McKillop Elementary to read books […]

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Jan 2017
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Melissa students invite peers, community to “Grow Through the Pages”

Last week Melissa Schools rolled out a new student-led reading initiative to promote reading throughout the school district, the community, and the nation. Over 30 students from Harry McKillop Elementary, […]

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Jan 2017
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Student presentations, awards featured at January Board of Trustees meeting

Standout students and faculty from throughout Melissa Schools were celebrated during Cardinal Commendations at Thursday night’s Board of Trustees meeting. Harry McKillop Elementary students Layla Hollin and Knox Stinton led the […]

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Lorenson Author Visit 006

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Dec 2016
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Children’s author talks writing with 4th grade students at Melissa Ridge Intermediate

Children’s author Terry Markoff visited Melissa Ridge Intermediate Thursday to speak to Mary Lorenson’s 4th grade students. A former educator, Markoff shared his personal story with students, delving into his […]

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Dec 2016
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Melissa families visit Book Fair and “Read Under the Stars”

As part of this year’s annual “Sleigh Bells” Book Fair at the Melissa Ridge Intermediate and Melissa Middle School library, students and families were invited to a special “Read Under […]

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Nov 2016
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Melissa Schools students, teachers begin development of district-wide Reading Initiative

Over 30 Melissa Schools students and teachers, representing Kindergarten through 12th grade, met Tuesday, Nov. 15 to brainstorm the branding and development of a district-wide reading initiative. Students were selected […]

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