A MAGICAL EVENING OF LITERACY
Fairmont Copley Plaza
SAVE THE DATE NOVEMBER 13, 2018
Saturday, April 14, 2018
Mason Fine Art
Save the Date - February 28, 2019
READ BOWL #18
NATIONAL READING CHALLENGE
More than 5,000 students in 180 schools, joined together to read a combined total of 1.35 MILLION MINUTES!
#READBowl '18 National Reading Champions:
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 is a national reading contest to be held February 10-23, 2018 to parallel the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Students will read and compete independently. Reading Minutes must take place outside of school. This is an inclusive reading challenge; therefore, all students are encouraged to participate, including home school, special needs, and students with learning differences.
On Sunday, February 25th, 2018, Read with Malcolm will award overall 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
Jeff Kinney's Bookstore, an Unlikely Story
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"FIRST DOWNS FOR FIRST GRADERS"
A Partnership with Share the Magic Foundation
CU Kids at Heart
Every time the Patriots made a First Down, CU Kids at Heart donated 5 books to children in under served communities in the New England area.
TOTAL BOOK COUNT 2,355