Parents pitch in for Ordway readerboard

Parents at Ordway Elementary School unveiled and presented their newly purchased readerboard to Ordway Elementary School at Ordway’s recent annual PTO meeting and volunteer appreciation tea.

  • Sunday, June 1, 2014 1:54pm
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Milo and Tomas McIntosh stand in front of the new readerboard at Ordway Elementary.

Parents at Ordway Elementary School unveiled and presented their newly purchased readerboard to Ordway Elementary School at Ordway’s recent annual PTO meeting and volunteer appreciation tea.

Parents thanked the generous Ordway staff for all they do for students. Ordway staff also co-hosted the volunteer tea with the PTO and Ordway Student Council to thank parents for all that they do to support the Ordway community through their volunteer efforts.

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