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Jessica Block

Published On: Aug 10 2011 02:17:17 PM CDT

Phone number: 6088299314

E-mail: jessicab@mcpasd.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

We are launching a new reading incentive program in which students can earn a new book when they meet their monthly reading goal. We are in need of books! We need gift cards to book stores or new high quality books to help support this program. Please contact me if you are interested in making a donation of funds or new books for this program for the students at Sunset Ridge.

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