Students have a wide choice of books to select from when using one of the five reading habits, Reading to Self. It is proven that a student will elect to read more, if they have an opportunity to make their own choices. Preston Zinter, in Traci Lott’s second grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary, is enjoying his non-fiction…Details
Reading mentorships are flourishing at Northport K-8 School. Students are excited to meet in small, informal groups with interested, concerned and effective instructors using a multi-pronged approach. Students have been meeting with mentors to read in the media center, on the patio, in the cafeteria and in the hallways to discuss books that interest the…Details
We are tracking our reading progress at White City Elementary. Each star represents a book read during the celebrate literacy reading challenge.
Reading is my SUPERPOWER!
Thank you to our business partners PNC Bank for reading to our VPK classes this morning at Lakewood Elementary!
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Alexandria Coutret, far left, and Joedyn Behringer, far right, from Laurie Boyer and Melissa Efron’s third grade classes at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition enjoy celebrating Literacy Week with their middle school reading buddies. These middle school students from Sara Apostolico and Anne Lulkin’s classes helped the third graders read books. All the…Details
Bayshore Elementary School fourth graders spend time with their reading buddies to improve reading fluency. Every Friday the students from Shannon McCoy’s fourth grade class read with Jeanne Comperchio’s kindergartners. Pictured is Grayson Waugh, left, reading with his reading buddy Jackson Young .
Students performed a Reader’s Theater selection at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition during the Literacy & Linguini Night. The performance was for the book, Hansel and Gretel: The True Story. Pictured, from left, are Marisa Spicuzza, Kyerra Gordon, Dejon Lawrence, Tatyana Williamson, teacher Emily Bokhart, Kennedi Brissett, Bryan Burgos and Alberto Torres.
Some 38 students at F.K. Sweet Elementary read at least 15 Florida Sunshine Books and were treated to a “luau-themed” celebration of their success in the Media Center. Pictured are Lauren Nipper, left, and Kyla Pata enjoying the recognition.
Mariposa Elementary School recently held its second Read to Succeed night. Assistant Principal Sandra Bushby, pictured, presented reading strategies and tips for parents to use with their children at home. Afterwards, everyone played Word Bingo, and all students went home with a new book to read! Assistan Principal, Sandra Bushby, presenting some reading strategies to…Details