Molino Park Elementary Students Read To Success

April 9, 2014

Molino Park Elementary School students recently took part in the “Read to Success” program where they could earn a Six Flags Over Georgia ticket for reading six hours and keeping a reading log.

Students in participating grades reaching the goal were:


  • Kailyn Wiggins
  • Kamryn Gibbs
  • Dominic Picheo
  • Tyler Wilson
  • Jessica Santos
  • Garrett Crabtree
  • Ayden Silcox
  • Desi Fryman
  • Destiny Spencer
  • Layton Woodward
  • Shiloh Prince
  • Wyatt Pawless
  • Mary Oliver
  • Chet Knable
  • Riana Hillard
  • John Hatch
  • Shay Crosby
  • Ayden Crabtree
  • Ryann Burson
  • Destiny Abrams

2nd Grade

  • Jarrett Bodiford
  • Moses Delarosa
  • Matthew Dix
  • Makayla Golson
  • Nicholas Lutterman
  • Flora Mumaw
  • Addison Pawless
  • Brodie Rhodes
  • DeQuan Shabazz
  • Domanique Turner
  • Lilly Hatch
  • Riley Crites
  • Kendall Alvare

3rd Grade

  • Karson Brown
  • Shelby Lashley
  • Adian Vaughn
  • Aaron Adams
  • Raven Brigman
  • Ethan Collier
  • Brycee Woodward

5th Grade

  • Damion Payne
  • Shadonavon Young
  • Cody Pigeon
  • Keaton Edmonson
  • Hannah Brousseau
  • Ashley Ragsdale
  • Tristian Griffin
  • Zachary Stanton
  • Brook Thomas
  • Kellie Parsons
  • Connor McQuaid
  • Branden Massie

Pictured top: Some of the kindergarten students at Molino Park Elementary School that reached thei “Read to Success” program goal. Submitted photo for, click toe enlarge.


2 Responses to “Molino Park Elementary Students Read To Success”

  1. spmommy on April 10th, 2014 2:13 pm

    Way to go Shiloh:) You have become a good little reader:) Love you:) Mrs. Millers KG class ROCKS!!!

  2. GREG on April 10th, 2014 12:50 am

    Way to go Lilly and Big John!

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