Serah'ni Nicaisse of Howard Drive Elementary School is pictured with his classmates, Principal Deanna Dalby and instructor Wendi Bosworth after receiving a ride to school in the Pace car. The school’s second graders won the Homestead-Miami Speedway Race to Read Challenge after reading the most online books districtwide.
Serah'ni Nicaisse of Howard Drive Elementary School is pictured with his classmates, Principal Deanna Dalby and instructor Wendi Bosworth after receiving a ride to school in the Pace car. The school’s second graders won the Homestead-Miami Speedway Race to Read Challenge after reading the most online books districtwide. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Serah'ni Nicaisse of Howard Drive Elementary School is pictured with his classmates, Principal Deanna Dalby and instructor Wendi Bosworth after receiving a ride to school in the Pace car. The school’s second graders won the Homestead-Miami Speedway Race to Read Challenge after reading the most online books districtwide. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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