Students at St. John Vianney Catholic School in Wyoming started the last week of the school year with a visit from a library on wheels!
The Kent District Library Bookmobile visited SJV on June 10 so that students could learn about local libraries’ summer reading clubs, as well as the benefits of a good reading habit. Students also had the opportunity to browse through the Bookmobile and borrow books.
With some good books to enjoy, these students are sure to have a great summer!
Readers are Leaders!!! Mrs Cunningham did an awesome job helping to keep our last few days meaningful by having the @KDLNews Book Mobile visit and Mr. Ty from the Wyoming Branch visit and put on a presentation about the KDL summer reading program!#cometsSHINE #LearningNeverStops pic.twitter.com/wJePjqlGM9
— Gregg Bruno (@MistahBruno) June 12, 2019
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