Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary social worker Denise Friday, with microphone, informs fifth-grader Travis Ludwig-Hodges, right, that he has won a scooter for his five years of perfect attendance at the school. He earned it with  good attendance and accomplishments in the school's Accelerated Reader program. Nine bikes  donated by the Van Landingham Rotary Club also were given away.
Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary social worker Denise Friday, with microphone, informs fifth-grader Travis Ludwig-Hodges, right, that he has won a scooter for his five years of perfect attendance at the school. He earned it with good attendance and accomplishments in the school's Accelerated Reader program. Nine bikes donated by the Van Landingham Rotary Club also were given away. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island International Baccalaureate Elementary social worker Denise Friday, with microphone, informs fifth-grader Travis Ludwig-Hodges, right, that he has won a scooter for his five years of perfect attendance at the school. He earned it with good attendance and accomplishments in the school's Accelerated Reader program. Nine bikes donated by the Van Landingham Rotary Club also were given away. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

Scooter, bikes serve as reward for students

June 10, 2009 06:34 PM

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