CPS students visit Kiwanis Club
CPS students visit Kiwanis Club
Ken McLemore, Hope Public Schools

Clinton Elementary School third grade student Riley Bramlett and fourth grader Kadence Love presented a program to the Hope Kiwanis Club here Tuesday reflecting their work for the Southwest Arkansas Education Cooperative Reading Fair held recently. Love, who explained her project from the book “My Mom Tried to Ruin My Life,” won second place, while Bramlett, whose project dealt with the book “Little House in the Big Woods” won third place. Students from 12 different school districts in the SWAEC service region competed in the event. CPS Principal Ashlea Stewart and CPS teacher Cassie Schoenberger accompanied the students, seen here with February program chair Josclyn Wiley, Hope School Board Representative Jimmy Courtney, and Hope Schools Superintendent Bobby Hart. – Ken McLemore/Hope Public Schools