Reading by flashlight


Kindnegartener Mason Hittepole reads by flashlight with his dad, Dennis, during Family Night at Whittier Elementary School recently. Students and their families were treated to an evening of games, hot dog, s’mores and reading in the dark with a flashlight. Each student who participated was given a book to take home and read with their family. Approximately 70 students and their families attended Parent Night.

Kindnegartener Mason Hittepole reads by flashlight with his dad, Dennis, during Family Night at Whittier Elementary School recently. Students and their families were treated to an evening of games, hot dog, s’mores and reading in the dark with a flashlight. Each student who participated was given a book to take home and read with their family. Approximately 70 students and their families attended Parent Night.


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Kindnegartener Mason Hittepole reads by flashlight with his dad, Dennis, during Family Night at Whittier Elementary School recently. Students and their families were treated to an evening of games, hot dog, s’mores and reading in the dark with a flashlight. Each student who participated was given a book to take home and read with their family. Approximately 70 students and their families attended Parent Night.

Kindnegartener Mason Hittepole reads by flashlight with his dad, Dennis, during Family Night at Whittier Elementary School recently. Students and their families were treated to an evening of games, hot dog, s’mores and reading in the dark with a flashlight. Each student who participated was given a book to take home and read with their family. Approximately 70 students and their families attended Parent Night.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_IMG_1984.jpgKindnegartener Mason Hittepole reads by flashlight with his dad, Dennis, during Family Night at Whittier Elementary School recently. Students and their families were treated to an evening of games, hot dog, s’mores and reading in the dark with a flashlight. Each student who participated was given a book to take home and read with their family. Approximately 70 students and their families attended Parent Night. Courtesy photo