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Lindbergh High summer reading program a success


November 07, 2012 - Lindbergh High School's annual summer reading program once again was a success, with students reporting they collectively read more than 3,300 books during their time off school, a news release stated.

At least 80 students read more than five books each over the course of the summer and were entered into a drawing to win a gift card for Barnes & Noble.

Winners were Kyle Sheahan, ninth grade; Anna Bell, 10th grade; Zoe Hall, 11th grade; and Ananya Benegal, 12th grade.


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