MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - A Montgomery elementary school got a special visit and donation from Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Wednesday.
Ivey visited Crump Elementary School to make a scholastic book donation, which included various titles and totaled at 101 books.
Second-grade students from the school formed two lines in the school lobby to welcome Ivey. The students and Ivey then made their way into the library where Ivey read a Halloween book.
Crump was one of five schools the governor selected to receive the donation. Schools also selected to receive the donation are: Robert C. Hatch High School in Uniontown, John Will Elementary School in Mobile, ABC Elementary School in Alberta and Collinsville Elementary School in Collinsville.