We are excited to share with you that this year we are celebrating literacy throughout the month of March. Our Student Government Advisor, Mrs. Squitiere, and members of the student government are leading the way to provide great opportunities to have fun and focus on many aspects of literacy.
Currently, our students are working to Read to the Moon. Every two books gets a Moon Sheet (click the link to print additional copies) which will be posted in the hallway. When the number of “miles” they read for each sheet adds up to the miles to the moon, Mr. Southworth will read from the school roof.
Events for week of March 6-10th:
March 7th Read to a furry friend (K-5) and dress as a figurative language day (3 –8). Shirts can reflect the figurative language- school dress code pants/skirts are required
March 9th Wear a Word – students will get supplies in class to wear a word
Events for week of March 13-17:
March 13th – Words to Live By – Make up or share a meaningful quote
March 15th – Wacky Wednesday – Write or tell a joke
March 17th – Limerick Day – Write/share a limerick with a friend or a class
Events for week of March 20-24
March 21st – Where in the World have You Been – Wear shirts with Geographical Locations
March 23rd – Share your favorite Book – Tell a friend or share with your class information about favorite books
Events for week of March 27-31
March 27th – Library Read In – Classes will visit the library for a relaxing Read In
March 29th – Door Decorating – Students will decorate doors and they will be judged on the 29th for a Pizza Party Reward
March 31st – Literacy Assembly – Students in our K-8 will be visited by High School Students who will perform skits about their favorite books. We will have student readers in the Name that Book Game. We will be visited by a special guest, Mark Collins, a local author illustrator. Look for information about his books and opportunities to purchase if students would like to get them signed. We will also have an afternoon book swap and Random Acts of Reading.
These are just some of the great events aimed at celebrating literacy. If you would like to volunteer for Random Acts of Reading, please contact the front office so we can put you on the schedule for the day. You can read for 30 minute or more to a couple different classes or several classes in various grade levels. We would love you to be a part of the fun.