Reading Programs

Accelerated Reader Program

Did you know that your child can earn prizes for reading? We have hundreds of great books in the library that your child can read and then take a computer quiz about the book. Correct answers on the comprehension questions earn points that turn into Jaguar Bucks! Jaguar Bucks can be used to “shop” for super prizes. Grades 3-8 can check these books out from the library. Grades K-2 can select books to read in school from their classroom sets. Any parent or guardian is welcome to stop by our school library to check out some books for their child.

Rosey Reader Program

Students in Pre-K through 2nd grade have the opportunity to take a book home each night to read with their family. The child returns the book to their teacher to trade for a new one. Just sign up for the Rosey Reader program. Funding for this program is through the generosity of Mr. & Mrs. Dick Rosenthal. Students receive prizes for every ten books they read. This program is a wonderful way to share the love of reading with your child. Ask your child’s teacher if you did not receive information about this great reading program.

Right To Read Week

Right to Read Week is celebrated each year with all students participating by reading 20 minutes each day. The goal is to reach the required total minutes and have the Principal perform a task in front of the student body. Previous tasks included playing guitar from the school tower, being duct taped to a wall, wrestling a "bear," sitting in a dunking booth, and reading from a 120 foot high crane.