West Seattle schools: Arbor Heights’ Global Reading Challenge day

Meet the 7 Pirate Pandas – from left, Max, Ethan, Jonathan, Marcel, Lucas, Max. They are the winning Global Reading Challenge team from Arbor Heights Elementary after competition on Friday afternoon. Ten teams of 4th and 5th graders started the afternoon, answered questions about the 10 books that had to be read by this year’s competitors — and the Pirate Pandas, all 4th graders in Ms. Boitano’s class (per a parent volunteer who shared info and the photo), emerged victorious. The GRC is a Seattle Public Library-led program, and seven West Seattle elementaries are among the contenders again this year. The semi-finals are at the downtown library the week of March 11th, and then the finalists face off there on March 26th.

3 Replies to "West Seattle schools: Arbor Heights' Global Reading Challenge day"

  • ahmamaof2 February 23, 2013 (9:16 am)

    Congrats Pirate Pandas! FYI The seventh boy was absent due to a family emergency.

  • SusanD February 23, 2013 (2:43 pm)

    Congratulations Pirate Pandas! Max Z you were an inspiration to me during soccer season – you were always reading interesting books and giving good insight to them and you gave me good recommendations for my daughter:)

  • amanda nokes February 27, 2013 (6:29 pm)

    I am so proud of my son Max and his whole team of Panda’s!!!

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