Read to The Stars

Studies suggest that children who read as few as six books over the summer maintain the level of reading skills they achieved during the preceding school year. Reading more books leads to even greater success. When children are provided with 10 to 20 self-selected children's books at the end of the regular school year, as many as 50 percent not only maintain their skills, but actually make reading gains. (Source:  Scholastic)


What is Read to the Stars?

An incentive based reading program. Students are rewarded for reaching certain milestones.



What are the milestones?

Students will receive a star on their folder after a certain number of  minutes.  Please review The Read to the Stars envelope for specific numbers.



Can they read the same book more than once?

K through 2nd grade - Yes
3rd through 5th grade - No



What are the rewards?

Rewards will include buttons, a popsicle party, a book give-away and a pizza party.



What if I have more questions about Read to the Stars?

Send an email to Laura Wong  with your questions.


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