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Kim Farley and her therapy dog, Mandy, spend time with a Liberty Elementary School student in the school’s library during the school’s Pajamboree. - photo by Photo provided.

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On Thursday, Nov. 6, from 3:30-6 p.m., the Liberty Elementary School Media Center joined the Title I Home Connect Program to sponsor Liberty Elementary’s annual Pajamboree.
Parents and students read Accelerated Reader books, took quizzes, visited the book fair, enjoyed refreshments, and won door prizes.
Kim Farley brought LES students’ special friend, Mandy, her certified therapy dog, who motivates students to read and set goals to improve in any area they choose. Twenty students read a book to Mandy.
Students and families had another special visitor during the Pajamboree. Clifford the Big Red Dog joined the reading celebration,  and had a wonderful visit with everyone.
Students were encouraged to wear their pj’s and bring a stuffed animal to sit and read with.
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