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CES students participate in Read for the Record Day

Campbellsville Elementary School students recently participated in Read for the Record Day.

 

Lydia Rakes, who works with AmeriCorps at CES, partnered with Campbellsville University education professor Carolyn Garrison for the project.

 

Several CU education students came to CES to read the book “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich” by Julia Sarcone-Roach and did activities with students based on the story.

 

CU education student Tyler Hensley reads to CES kindergarteners.

CU education student Tyler Hensley reads to CES kindergarteners.

 

CU education student Breanna Beams reads to CES first-graders.

CU education student Breanna Beams reads to CES first-graders.

 

CU education student Danielle Singleton leads CES first-graders in an activity based on “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich.”

CU education student Danielle Singleton leads CES first-graders in an activity based on “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich.”

 

CU education student Andrew Beal reads to CES first-graders.

CU education student Andrew Beal reads to CES first-graders.

 

CU education student Kayla Miracle reads to CES first-graders.

CU education student Kayla Miracle reads to CES first-graders.

 

CU education student Sarah Clark reads to CES preschool students.

CU education student Sarah Clark reads to CES preschool students.

 

CU education student Abby Miller reads to CES first-graders.

CU education student Abby Miller reads to CES first-graders.

 

CU education student Landon Rogers reads to CES second-graders.

CU education student Landon Rogers reads to CES second-graders.

 

CU education student Landon Rogers helps CES second-grader Lashonda Wilkinson create a sandwich she believes the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

CU education student Landon Rogers helps CES second-grader Lashonda Wilkinson create a sandwich she believes the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

 

CES second-graders Reece Swafford and Bailee Antle draw a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

CES second-graders Reece Swafford and Bailee Antle draw a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

 

CES second-graders Luke Adkins, at left, and Ryan Tungate draw a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

CES second-graders Luke Adkins, at left, and Ryan Tungate draw a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

 

CES second-grader Kae’vin Spaulding, at left, shows CU education student Landon Rogers the sandwich he created, as Aidan Wilson waits his turn. In front is Braxton Agee, who is putting some finishing touches on his sandwich. Students were asked to create a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.

CES second-grader Kae’vin Spaulding, at left, shows CU education student Landon Rogers the sandwich he created, as Aidan Wilson waits his turn. In front is Braxton Agee, who is putting some finishing touches on his sandwich. Students were asked to create a sandwich they believe the bear might like better than the one he ate in the book.





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