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Hello! We have set the date for the literacy night out as the 3rd of March at 6 PM. We will start the evening all together with a guest reader who will read an AR book for the child, then Mrs. Stephens has a power point about helping your children read more, Mrs. Eastham will then tell about Title I, at this point we will divide up and the first thru fourth grade will go to the computer lab where Mrs. King will explain about AR and then the children will take a test on the guest reader’s book while the preschool and kindergarten will stay in the library for tips on how to help little one become better readers from Mrs. Bruner and Mrs. Gossett. At the end of the evening every child in attendance will receive a free book of their choosing. Any suggestions, questions, and or comments let me know. I want to make this the best one ever!
Posted by: Debbie Hill
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