Kindergarten awards announced for year

These 2013-2014 Beverly-Center Elementary School kindergarteners were honored by teacher Mrs. Heidi Fryman at the school’s end of the year awards assembly:

Reading Achievement Award – Brandon Garvin, Caiden McCurdy, Cain Campbell, Calvin Gonzalez, Cambria Starkey, Charlotte Gage, Emily Wright, Jackson McCurdy, Julia Harper, Kate Schultheis, Kieran Tice, Lucas Kirkpatrick, Macy Moore, Mellissa Hoffmann, Peyton Bell, Selise Curry, Tryston Davis, Tyce Beardsley, Weston Schaad, and Wyatt Duskey.

Super Skill Award Winner: 10 out of 10 areas – Caiden McCurdy, Cain Campbell, Cambria Starkey, Jackson McCurdy, Julia Harper, Macy Moore, Melissa Hoffmann, Selise Curry, Weston Schaad, and Wyatt Duskey; 9 out of 10 areas – Brandon Garvin, Brody Garvin, Calvin Gonzalez, Charlotte Gage, Emily Wright, Johnathan Carpenter, Kate Schultheis, Kieran Tice, Lucas Kirkpatrick, Peyton Bell, Peyton Offenberger, Tryston Davis, and Tyce Beardsley; 8 out of 10 areas – McKenzie Schaad; 7 out of 10 areas – Bowen Elliott.

Fun Awards: Best Penmanship – Cain Campbell and Macy Moore; Class Performer – Cambria Starkey and Lawrence West; CVC Queen Award – Melissa Hoffmann; Eager Beaver – Brandon Garvin; Funny Bone – Wyatt Duskey; Good Citizen – Peyton Bell; Good Listener – Jackson McCurdy; Great Negotiator – Jackson McCurdy; Great Thinker – Caiden McCurdy; King of Questions – Kieran Tice; Miles of Smiles – McKenzie Schaad and Brody Garvin; Miss Manners – Emily Wright; Most Artistic – Charlotte Gage; Most Caring – Lucas Kirkpatrick; Most Cooperative – Damien Hart; Most Creative – Zoey Combs; Most Helpful – Julia Harper; Most Improved – Peyton Offenberger and Johnathan Carpenter; Mr. Manners – Tryston Davis; Quietest Worker – Calvin Gonzalez; Read Buddy Award – Rebecca Schultz and Tyce Beardsley; Speedy Worker Award – Weston Schaad; Super Sleuth Award – Selise Curry; Timex Award – Bowen Elliott.



This is the final week of the summer reading program at the Beverly Public Library. All reading record sheets must be completed and turned in by Saturday. Be sure to visit the library this week to participate in the final week of programs. Monday is the final Family Night at 6 p.m., with food, crafts, games, stories and movies. Summer drawings are planned. Elementary Kids Night is at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The topic is “How’d You Do That?” Wednesday’s final summer Read-to-Me Story Time is at 11 a.m. Learn about “ROYGBIV” through stories, crafts and a snack. An adult must stay with the child during the entire story time. Elementary children are invited back at 1p.m. Thursday for “Blast Off!” Wrapping up the week is “Angry Birds” on Friday at 1 p.m. for students in grades 6-12. Adult readers are reminded to have their 20 hours turned in by Saturday as well.

Everyone completing the required reading goals is reminded of the pool party from 6-8 p.m. July 31. Tickets for the party will be included with the treat bag.

The Saturday Book/Movie Club, which is open to all ages, continues July 26. This month’s book is “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” The discussion begins at noon with snack provided. Copies of the book are available near the circulation desk.

For questions about any of these programs, contact the library at 984-4060 or visit the library at Like them on Facebook at