Readorium class winners

Now, the moment we have all been waiting for…

The Marathon winners are:

  • 3rd grade: Amare Moore from Cleveland Street School in Esak Crawley’s class
  • 4th grade: Javier Morales from Bronx 385 in Ira Knobler’s class
  • 5th grade: Jonnatan Mejia from Lincoln Avenue School in Yolanda Moses’ class
  • 6th grade: Nelvenson Cosmey from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 7th grade: Lindsley Chery from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 8th grade: Tyler Blasius from Acess4Kidz in Gwen Brantley’s class

The Sprint winners are:

  • 3rd grade: Amare Moore from Cleveland Street School in Esak Crawley’s class
  • 4th grade: Om Pahgdal from Radcliffe School in Jainine Gambaro’s class
  • 5th grade: Ashlyn Leung from Ridgewood Avenue School in Nicole King’s class
  • 6th grade: Tyler Bonneau from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 7th grade: Ednal Mathurin from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 8th grade: Michael Saporito from John H. Walker Middle School in Michelle Guida’s class.
Our April/May National Gold Medal Class Award goes to…
Mr. Clementelli’s 7A Wolfe Class, at the Heywood Avenue School in the Orange NJ Public School District Again!
Congratulations! In April/May these 17 amazing students earned 109 gold medals, (an average of 6.41 gold medals per student.) This is an incredible feat!
We could not be prouder of Mr. Clementelli and his class!
Let us know your secret!
Mr. Clementelli feels that the winning students lead the way as great examples to the other students working on Readorium in the building. This is his class’s 2nd year using Readorium, and he sees great improvements in student achievement within the program and in classwork. His students work hard to be the first to make it into their exclusive Millionaire Party (reserved for those who become Millionaires within the Readorium system). They know that with quality work comes reward, and Readorium helps to remind them of that value.
The students and I really appreciate you recognizing their great achievement. It’s always wonderful when students are making their own connections and I hear them saying “Oh yeah, I read about this in Readorium’ during class. Thank you for providing the support to keep our students” learning a success. It’s often hard to get them off of Readorium.
My favorite part about Readorium is how we challenge each other to make us better and complete our assignments
Don’t forget the Readorium Marathon winners in each grade for the entire 2016-2017 school year, as well as, the Readorium Sprint winners from February-June 6. The announcements will be made on June 9, 2017.
Good luck!