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St. Vrain Valley recently awarded the top three schools for student participation in the district’s online summer reading challenge.

The top three schools were Hygiene Elementary with 46,154 minutes read, Indian Peaks Elementary with 32,206 minutes read and Rocky Mountain Elementary with 28,358 minutes read. The schools were awarded $2,500, $1,200 and $1,000, respectively.

For the challenge, students read books through the district’s online library, MyON. District officials noted this is the first year that two Title 1 schools, which receive federal assistance because a high percentage of students are low-income, were in the top three — likely because students could keep their district-issued iPads over the summer.

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