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Coin challenge at Dummer School raises money for books

During Book Fair week, H.E. Dummer School held a classroom coin challenge. Each day was designated a certain coin day. The designated coin days were: Monday – penny day, Tuesday – nickel day, Wednesday – dime day, Thursday – quarter day, and Friday – all coins day. At the end of each day, an announcement was made as to which class was in the lead. On the last day, Mrs. Winckler’s fourth-grade class pulled ahead to win with a total of $126.49 collected. Combined, all fourth- and fifth-grade classes collected $773.20. The money will be used to buy new books for the school's classrooms and library. Scholastic matched the amount collected and made a donation to literacy charities such as Kids in Need Foundations, Reader to Reader, Inc. and National Center for Families Learning. Great job, Dummer students!
During Book Fair week, H.E. Dummer School held a classroom coin challenge. Each day was designated a certain coin day. The designated coin days were: Monday – penny day, Tuesday – nickel day, Wednesday – dime day, Thursday – quarter day, and Friday – all coins day. At the end of each day, an announcement was made as to which class was in the lead. On the last day, Mrs. Winckler’s fourth-grade class pulled ahead to win with a total of $126.49 collected. Combined, all fourth- and fifth-grade classes collected $773.20. The money will be used to buy new books for the school's classrooms and library. Scholastic matched the amount collected and made a donation to literacy charities such as Kids in Need Foundations, Reader to Reader, Inc. and National Center for Families Learning. Great job, Dummer students!

During Book Fair week, H.E. Dummer School held a classroom coin challenge. Each day was designated a certain coin day. The designated coin days were: Monday – penny day, Tuesday – nickel day, Wednesday – dime day, Thursday – quarter day, and Friday – all coins day. At the end of each day, an announcement was made as to which class was in the lead. On the last day, Mrs. Winckler’s fourth-grade class pulled ahead to win with a total of $126.49 collected. Combined, all fourth- and fifth-grade classes collected $773.20. The money will be used to buy new books for the school's classrooms and library. Scholastic matched the amount collected and made a donation to literacy charities such as Kids in Need Foundations, Reader to Reader, Inc. and National Center for Families Learning. Great job, Dummer students!

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