7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Dinner – Auctions – Conversation
Join Malcolm Mitchell and learn more about his mission to inspire kids to read. The evening features special experiences available only to our guests and the camaraderie of people dedicated to creating a better future for children.
Stay Tuned for More Information on A Magical Evening of Literacy Coming to Boston on March 29, 2019.
NATIONAL READING CHALLENGE
READBowl '19 Kicks off on January 7, 2019. READBowl is the Ultimate Classroom Reading Competition to Crown the National Reading Champions! Registration opens this fall. Stay tuned for the press conference announcement.
In 2018, over 5,000 students in 180 schools across the country joined together to read a combined total of 1.35 MILLION MINUTES between The College National Championship and the Super Bowl!
Elementary School Conference: Ms. LaSharon Jackson's 4th Grade Class at S. L. Mason Elementary School in Valdosta, GA.
Middle School Conference: Ms. Rebecca Hickman's 6th Grade Class E at Cyrus Peirce Middle School in Nantucket, MA.
High School Conference: Ms. Lisa Harry's combined 9th/10th Grade English/ 9-12 Special Education Team, Stewart County High School in Lumpkin, GA.
"CARRY THE TORCH FOR LITERACY"
INDEPENDENT READING CHALLENGE BASED ON AT HOME READING MINUTES
The Carry the Torch for Literacy Challenge was a national reading contest held February 10-23, 2018 to parallel the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Students competed to read the most minutes outside of school. Like all of our virtual programs, Carry the Torch for Literacy was an inclusive reading challenge, with all students encouraged to participate, including home school, special needs, and students with learning differences.
On Sunday, February 25th, 2018, Read with Malcolm awarded theoverall Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals to individuals with the highest total individual reading minutes in three events: Elementary School Event (Grades PK - 5); Middle School Event (Grades 6-8); High School Event (Grades 9-12) at
with Head Coach Malcolm Mitchell
READCamp closed September 1 but will be back next summer.