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Michigan Avenue School recently participated in the annual nationwide “Read for the Record” event. It is designed to promote literacy all across America with children being read to by community participants.  Pictured with Principal Angela Lawson and the school’s instructional support specialist, Sha'Ree Morgan, are various individuals from the Bradley County community who were invited to participate in this year's event.
Michigan Avenue School recently participated in the annual nationwide “Read for the Record” event. It is designed to promote literacy all across America with children being read to by community participants. Pictured with Principal Angela Lawson and the school’s instructional support specialist, Sha'Ree Morgan, are various individuals from the Bradley County community who were invited to participate in this year's event.
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BRADLEY COUNTY SCHOOLS  Director Johnny McDaniel took time to read to Jennifer Brantley's second-grade class at Michigan Avenue School. McDaniel read “Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad” to the class as part of “Read for the Record.”
BRADLEY COUNTY SCHOOLS Director Johnny McDaniel took time to read to Jennifer Brantley's second-grade class at Michigan Avenue School. McDaniel read “Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad” to the class as part of “Read for the Record.”
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