KUDOS | SWE students take first place in Sno-Isle Libraries challenge semifinals

Sue Sage’s “Rampaging Readers” took first place in the semifinals of the Sno-Isle Libraries third grade reading challenge.

  • Tuesday, March 24, 2015 5:45pm
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Sue Sage’s team took first place in the semifinal round.

Sue Sage’s “Rampaging Readers” took first place in the semifinals of the Sno-Isle Libraries third grade reading challenge.

During the semifinals, the South Whidbey Elementary School team competed against six other Whidbey Island schools. The competition took place on March 11.

The team scored three perfect rounds and then answered five tie-breaking questions during the course of the competition, earning them the title of champion, according to South Whidbey Elementary School’s website.

The team advanced to compete in the final challenge in Edmonds the week of March 16.

 

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