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St. James-Santee Elementary School reads for the record

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St. James-Santee Elementary School kindergarten students listened to Jack Hurley read Otis by Loren Long as part of the school’s Read for the Record Day celebration of reading. St. James-Santee Elementary School kindergarten students listened to Jack Hurley read Otis by Loren Long as part of the school’s Read for the Record Day celebration of reading.

October 3rd marked the fourth year St. James-Santee Elementary School students participated in Read for the Record Day, helping break the world's record for the most students reading the same book on the same day.

Special guest Jack Hurley from Jack's Cosmic Dogs treated kindergarten and other students in the primary grades to a read aloud and gave students a copy of the book Otis by Loren Long to take home. Kindergarten student Darnell Green said, "I liked the story when the cow got stuck in the mud." Samiyah Powell said she liked the story, "because it is about friends."

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