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East Pointe Students strive for excellence

<p>Kaleb Garner, Mason Williams, Dalton Suggs, Olivia Dean, Maddie Cash, and Keyleia Lambe show off their trophies they earned for having 75 points in the Accelerated Reader program at East Pointe Elementary. These first grade students each read more that 150 books to reach this goal. Dalton Suggs received the award for having the most points in first grade. He had over 140 points.</p>

Kaleb Garner, Mason Williams, Dalton Suggs, Olivia Dean, Maddie Cash, and Keyleia Lambe show off their trophies they earned for having 75 points in the Accelerated Reader program at East Pointe Elementary. These first grade students each read more that 150 books to reach this goal. Dalton Suggs received the award for having the most points in first grade. He had over 140 points.

<p>These first grade students from East Pointe Elementary are the top boy and girl in math in each classroom. They received a special treat and a “Math Rocks at the Pointe” T-shirt. Pictured are Jarod Pace, Taylor Corbett, Sarah Williams, Tate Wroten, Lydiah Belue, Alexis Hansen, Kaleb Garner, Brandon Coston, and April Lowe. Not Pictured: Brighten Moore.</p>

These first grade students from East Pointe Elementary are the top boy and girl in math in each classroom. They received a special treat and a “Math Rocks at the Pointe” T-shirt. Pictured are Jarod Pace, Taylor Corbett, Sarah Williams, Tate Wroten, Lydiah Belue, Alexis Hansen, Kaleb Garner, Brandon Coston, and April Lowe. Not Pictured: Brighten Moore.

<p>These first grade students at East Pointe Elementary wrote to 1000. To develop number sense, students write their numbers in their spare minutes with a goal of reaching 1000 before the end of the school year.</p>

These first grade students at East Pointe Elementary wrote to 1000. To develop number sense, students write their numbers in their spare minutes with a goal of reaching 1000 before the end of the school year.

<p>April Lowe, Lindsey Morris and Brandon Coston read and tested on over 100 books to earn 50 points in the AR program to earn their AR T-shirt. They were enjoying fun day with face painting the day their picture was taken.</p>

April Lowe, Lindsey Morris and Brandon Coston read and tested on over 100 books to earn 50 points in the AR program to earn their AR T-shirt. They were enjoying fun day with face painting the day their picture was taken.

Kaleb Garner, Mason Williams, Dalton Suggs, Olivia Dean, Maddie Cash, and Keyleia Lambe show off their trophies they earned for having 75 points in the Accelerated Reader program at East Pointe Elementary. These first grade students each read more that 150 books to reach this goal. Dalton Suggs received the award for having the most points in first grade. He had over 140 points.

These first grade students from East Pointe Elementary are the top boy and girl in math in each classroom. They received a special treat and a “Math Rocks at the Pointe” T-shirt. Pictured are Jarod Pace, Taylor Corbett, Sarah Williams, Tate Wroten, Lydiah Belue, Alexis Hansen, Kaleb Garner, Brandon Coston, and April Lowe. Not Pictured: Brighten Moore.

These first grade students at East Pointe Elementary wrote to 1000. To develop number sense, students write their numbers in their spare minutes with a goal of reaching 1000 before the end of the school year.

April Lowe, Lindsey Morris and Brandon Coston read and tested on over 100 books to earn 50 points in the AR program to earn their AR T-shirt. They were enjoying fun day with face painting the day their picture was taken.

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