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Posted by on March 14, 2014.

Sarah Smith readers cheer the Hawks

Sarah Smith Elementary School students were honored before a recent  Atlanta Hawks game for reading more than 1,000 minutes during a two-week period. Grade level winners were: Alaric Rodriguez, kindergarten; Anjini Naidu, first grade; Tuesday Blobaum, second grade; Lena Hoover, third grade; Ashley Redhead, fourth grade; and Tabitha Randklev, fifth grade.

Sarah Smith Elementary School students were honored before a recent Atlanta Hawks game for reading more than 1,000 minutes during a two-week period. Grade level winners were: Alaric Rodriguez, kindergarten; Anjini Naidu, first grade; Tuesday Blobaum, second grade; Lena Hoover, third grade; Ashley Redhead, fourth grade; and Tabitha Randklev, fifth grade.

Grade-level winners of the ninth annual “read-a-thon” at Sarah Smith Elementary were honored during a ceremony before an Atlanta Hawks game. Students who read for more than 1,000 minutes during a two-week period participated in a lottery to choose a “Dream Team” of students who were able to rebound with players at courtside, and cheer with Harry the Hawk and the Hawks’ cheerleaders.