Brookside Elementary teacher awarded new classroom library – The Pioneer

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Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn (third from left) was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)
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Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn (third from left) was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)

 

Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)
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Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)

 

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Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)
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Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn was one out of ten educators in the state of Michigan awarded a classroom library from the 2021 MEMSPA Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign. (Courtesy/Leah Lipar)

 

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BIG RAPIDS — Brookside Elementary teacher Kari Rayburn was awarded a classroom library from the 2021 Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principal Association Foundation Blogging for Books Campaign.

Rayburn was one of 10 educators in the state of Michigan to receive a library this spring.

The books were presented by Paul Liabenow, executive director of the MEMSPA; Mary Wilmer, bank manager of Independent Bank, Big Rapids; Taryn Hurley, director of communications and membership for MEMSPA; as well as Karen King, title reading teacher at Brookside Elementary School.