Developing a Lifelong Love for Reading
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” – Margaret Fuller
The annual Read-a-Thon is an event that brings teachers, students and family members together to focus on the importance of being a lifelong reader. Daily activities and challenges keep students motivated to read and engage with the Read-a-Thon program and prizes are awarded for the top program participants at each campus.
Reading is My Passport
March 15 - 26, 2021
Building a Family Literacy Toolkit
Live Zoom for Parents
Thank you to those who joined us for the informative meeting with Dr. Amy Nagy (Woodland Principal) and specialist teacher, Leah Perkins. We discussed the science and techniques parents can employ to help children develop strong reading skills and, most importantly, a LOVE of reading! This discussion was geared towards TK/K-2nd grades, but all were welcome.
Dates to Remember
March 4th, 7 p.m. - “Building a Family Literacy Toolkit” Zoom
March 15th - Read-a-Thon Begins!
March 18th - Prize Day
March 23th - Prize Day
March 25th - Prize Day
March 26th - Read-a-Thon Ends
March 29th - Prize Day
March 31st - Final Read-a-Thon Results
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