summer reading

2014 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge Launches Today, Free Program for Schools and Families to Prevent the "Summer Slide"

CONTACT:

Sara Sinek
Scholastic Inc.
ssinek@scholastic.com
(212) 343-6899

Michael Barrett
Scholastic Inc.
mbarrett@scholastic.com
(212) 343-6570

 

Students Log Reading Minutes as They Seek to Break the World Record for Summer Reading; Teachers/Schools Can Register All Their Students

Kids Set a New World Record for Summer Reading with 176,438,473 Minutes Read

Contact:

Sara Sinek, ssinek@scholastic.com, (212) 343-6899
Nadia Almahdi, nalmahdi@scholastic.com, (212) 343-6635

 

Twenty Schools to Appear in Scholastic Book of World Records for Most Minutes Read

 

U.S. Governors and Governors’ Spouses Encourage Kids to Read Every Day as Scholastic Summer Challenge "Reading Ambassadors"

Contact:

Lia Zneimer
Scholastic Inc.
212-343-6901
lzneimer@scholastic.com

Sara Sinek
Scholastic Inc.
212-343-6899
ssinek@scholastic.com

 

Governors’ Spouses promote the importance of summer reading by hosting reading events in their states; Scholastic donates 500 books on their behalf

 

Get Ready to Set a New Scholastic World Record for Summer Reading

The Scholastic Summer Challenge invites kids to keep reading this summer by logging reading minutes to win virtual rewards

Kids Read 52,710,368 Minutes to Set a New Scholastic World Record for Summer Reading!

Winning Schools to be Published in the 2011 Scholastic Book of World Records;
50,000 Books Donated to Reading is Fundamental to Mark a Successful Summer of Reading

Scholastic Helps Schools Distribute More than 1.5 Million Books to Kids for Summer Reading

NEW YORK, NY — June 7, 2010 — As schools nationwide struggle with tight budgets, some innovative school districts have developed a low-tech strategy for keeping their students’ reading skills sharp this summer. They are giving them books!

Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) and Scholastic Launch Summer Reading Fundraising Campaign

 

Donations to "GIVE TO RIF" at The Scholastic Store Online® and Teacher Store Online help put more books into the hands of kids who need them most

 

NEW YORK, NY — May 10, 2010 — What would YOU give up this summer to put books in the hands of kids who might otherwise not own a single book? Two iced coffees? A movie and popcorn?

Summer Reading Kicks Off: Scholastic Summer Challenge Gets Kids to Read for the World Record During Summer Vacation

 

Christopher Paul Curtis, Gordon Korman, R.L. Stine and Lisa Yee Launch Summer Challenge in Live Book Trivia Game Show Webcast on April 30th ; WordGirl® Will Serve as the National "Ambassador of Summer Reading"
Gubernatorial Spouses Nationwide Tackle Summer Reading Crisis in Their Home States

 

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