St. Helens students read for more than 2,000 hours to slime their Lewis and Clark principals

SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: NICOLE THILL - One student from every grade level at the elementary school was chosen at random to help dump buckets of green slime on Salisbury and Scott last week. Students who reported any time reading outside of school had their names put in a drawing for the honor.SPOTLIGHT PHOTO: NICOLE THILL - Dustin Salisbury and Mike Scott get 'slimed' during a school assembly on Friday, March 10.Students at Lewis and Clark Elementary School earned the right to "slime" their principals, Dustin Salisbury and Mike Scott, on Friday, March 10, after reading for more than 129,000 minutes, or 2,150 hours, outside of school during the first week of March, which was recognized as National Literacy Week and Dr. Seuss Week. The students were asked to read at home for at least 100,000 minutes combined during the week to complete the challenge. Staff arranged for a short assembly at the end of the school day last week to host the sliming.

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