Reading oasis containing more than 400 new books aims to move the needle on early literacy levels of local students
CAMDEN, N.J., March 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ – United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and Subaru of America, Inc. celebrated Read Across America Week on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, by unveiling a new reading oasis for students at Forest Hill Elementary School.
Event coincides with AEG’s 13-year partnership with national literacy nonprofit organization, Read to a Child, to increase literacy in Los Angeles
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In celebration of Read Across America Day, AEG teamed up with one of its longstanding partners, Read to a Child, a national literacy nonprofit organization to host a Read Across America Day Celebration at 10th Street Elementary School in Los Angeles on February 22, 2019.
AEG employees transformed the school’s auditorium with Dr. Seuss themed decorations for the event in addition to reading to students grades 1-5 during the students’ lunchtime.
AEG’s LA Galaxy players and LA Chargers players read Dr. Seuss books to more than 200 elementary school students in Carson, Calif. for a nation-wide celebration of children’s author Dr. Seuss
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AEG’s LA Galaxy, alongside Dignity Health Sports Park ASCSC Community Foundation, Los Angeles Chargers and MLS WORKS hosted the third annual Read Across America Celebration at Dignity Health Sports Park yesterday for more than 200 elementary school students as part of a nation-wide celebration of children’s author Dr. Seuss.
In addition to reading Dr. Seuss stories, students participated in a soccer clinic and received lunch provided by Levy Restaurants in addition to a book to take home courtesy of MLS WORKS.
During the annual literary celebration of the National Education Association’s Read Across America on March 2, many children across the nation celebrate reading on the same day as the beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
Capital Area Head Start (CAHS) celebrated Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America Day on March 2. Parents and family members visited some classrooms to read their favorite Dr. Seuss books with students. Parent involvement in classrooms is an important part of each child's education in CAHS. Parents area a child's first and foremost teachers. We encourage parents to volunteer, visit, and get involved with their child's Head Start experience in some capacity!
Daily Point of Light Award Celebrates Volunteers During 2015 Read Across America Campaign
WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 27, 2015 /3BL Media/ – First Book and Points of Light today announced that five volunteers from across the country – all dedicated to improving literacy in their communities – will receive the Daily Point of Light Award. One honoree encourages kids to read to his dogs. Another wraps books as birthday presents.
Daily Point of Light Award Will Recognize Volunteers During 2015 Read Across America Campaign
Washington, D.C.. January 14, 2015 /3BL Media/ – First Book and Points of Light today announced a call for nominations for an award aimed at celebrating the impact of volunteers advancing literacy in communities across the nation. Five exemplary volunteers will each receive a Daily Point of Light Award recognizing their success helping others learn to read and improving literacy outcomes in their communities. Awards will be presented during the week of March 2, 2015 in coordination with the National Education Association’s (NEA) annual Read Across America Day.