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SCA Celebrates Elementary Reader Leaders

SCA’s first, second, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade Reader Leaders. Back row (left to right) Elementary Vice-Principal Charissa Sanders, Abby Cooke, Ellie McFarland, Briana Chapman, Olivia LeCoque, Memphis Hinton, Josiah Piercey, Caroline Hammett, Brielle Ferguson, and Katie Coats.  Middle row (left to right) Aidan O’Donnell, Ben Hammett, Adam Stanton, Josie Gillihan, Jackson Shrum, Elijah Ward, and Colton Kennemore. Front row (left to right) Ethan Epema, Bailey Moore, Katelyn Davis, Aaliyah Daniels, Chloe Mankin, Dakota Fraase, Imani Piercey, Georgia Friedline and Elena Michael.

SCA’s first, second, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade Reader Leaders.
Back row (left to right) Elementary Vice-Principal Charissa Sanders, Abby Cooke, Ellie McFarland, Briana Chapman, Olivia LeCoque, Memphis Hinton, Josiah Piercey, Caroline Hammett, Brielle Ferguson, and Katie Coats. Middle row (left to right) Aidan O’Donnell, Ben Hammett, Adam Stanton, Josie Gillihan, Jackson Shrum, Elijah Ward, and Colton Kennemore.
Front row (left to right) Ethan Epema, Bailey Moore, Katelyn Davis, Aaliyah Daniels, Chloe Mankin, Dakota Fraase, Imani Piercey, Georgia Friedline and Elena Michael.

SCA Academic Dean and Elementary Principal Kimberlee Gill (far left) and Vice-Principal Charissa Sanders (far right) with third grade Reader Leaders (left to right) Lucie Epema, Renee Chapman, Sophie Cooke, Charli Hinton, Brynne McFarland, and Emma Coats.

SCA Academic Dean and Elementary Principal Kimberlee Gill (far left) and Vice-Principal Charissa Sanders (far right) with third grade Reader Leaders (left to right) Lucie Epema, Renee Chapman, Sophie Cooke, Charli Hinton, Brynne McFarland, and Emma Coats.

(Lee’s Summit) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to celebrate a record number of 33 Elementary Reader Leaders! The first through sixth grade students took time out of their summer to read a book from an approved list and complete a written summary and visual tool of their novel. They were celebrated during a special luncheon in SCA’s Library recently, where they were given the opportunity to present their reports. This is the sixth year SCA has honored students through the Reader Leader program.

“I am so proud of these students,” said SCA Elementary Vice-Principal Charissa Sanders. “They made it a point to read during their summer break. Those who make a habit of reading really will continue to be leaders in the future.”

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