Sunny View Elementary School enjoys first Book Day of year
Sunny View Elementary School recently held its first “Book Day” of the school year. Patterned after the previous RIF (Reading is Fundamental) program, the event provided free books for every student. Nancy’s Books, a new fund at the Polk County Community Foundation, was recently formed with a large donation from an anonymous donor, and ensures the continuation of the program in perpetuity, even though federal funding has ended.
Mrs. Nancy understands the value of books in the home and is delighted that the students at Sunny View School will have the opportunity to receive three high-quality reading books each year to build their personal book collections.
Two local community organizations, Pavillon International and Lebanon United Methodist Women, also made generous donations to the cause.
The school would like to thank the benevolent donors for helping promote literacy in the Sunny View community.
– article submitted by Angie Hall
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