Spring Cove Elementary's new book vending machine was made possible through a grant from the Dragon Pride Foundation. Kindergarten teachers Casey Zimmerman and Glenda Everetts and Reading Specialist Susan Zangrilli wrote this grant and organized the assembly where the vending machine was shown to the students. (From left) Spring Cove School District Superintendent Dr. Betsy Baker, Dragon Pride Foundation member and second grade teacher Elizabeth Biddle, foundation member Cindy Brumbaugh, foundation member and school board member Samantha Snowberger, Zimmerman, kindergartner Quinn Hazenstab, Principal Adam Macak, Everetts, kindergartner Dean Taylor and Zangrilli gathered around the new book vending machine for a ribbon cutting.
Spring Cove Elementary School surprised students with a new reward system.
Kindergarten teachers Casey Zimmerman and Glenda Everetts and Reading Specialist Susan Zangrilli wrote a grant that the Dragon Pride Foundation approved for a book vending machine. Students will be able to earn special coins to get a book out of the machine.
The school had an assembly on Friday, Jan. 27, to reveal the surprise, which had been teased with multiple clues leading up to the assembly.
Dragon paw prints with hints written on them were placed in the entrance of the school daily. The hints included: