Mt. Vista School sponsors Burgers and Books

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Superintendent Blauser reads to kids while the Mt. Vista Cougar wonders where his cookie is.

Students and parents browse the Mountain Vista School Book Fair as volunteers tally up the sales.

The food servers cut up during a break from serving burgers.

Copper Area News

Mountain Vista School teachers and the PTO joined together to sponsor a “Burgers and Books” event on Monday, March 24. The event along with the book fair raised money for the Mt. Vista School Library. Besides the good food, as part of the reading awareness program the kids were read to by local volunteers including someone from the sheriff’s office, an athlete, a nurse, and a firefighter.

Jennifer Sanchez a nurse at Sun Life Family Health Center in Oracle read “If you give a pig a pancake” to different groups. Justin Smith was a former student at Mt. Vista. He plays soccer for CDO Roma Elite a soccer club out of Tucson. He has traveled to England and competed in the regional tournament in Colorado with the team. Superintendent Dennis Blauser also read a book “If You Give a Cougar a Cookie” to the students.

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John Hernandez lives in Oracle. He is retired and enjoys writing and traveling. He is active in the Oracle Historical Society. He covers numerous public events, researches historical features and writes business/artist profiles.


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