Cypress Ridge Elementary students participate in world’s largest shared reading experience
Ridge Elementary students participate in world’s largest shared reading
students around the nation in reading “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich”
and second-grade students gathered at Cypress Ridge Elementary School on
Thursday, Oct. 27, to be a part of what’s being called the world’s largest
shared reading experience.
joined groups of adults and children in communities across the United States
who all read The Bear Ate Your Sandwich by Julia Sarcone-Roach at the
same time. It was part of Jumpstart’s “Read for the Record,” a national
campaign launched over a decade ago. Each year, a different book is chosen.
This year’s selection can be read online in English and Spanish at www.jstart.org/campaigns/read-for-the-record.
goal of the campaign is to encourage adults to read with children, spur
policymakers and organizations to take action toward transformative change in
early education, and put books in the hands of more children across the
Lake, the event was led in partnership with the Lake County Library System and
it kicked off a competition to see which school can register the largest
percentage of students for a free Lake County library card. Parents can
register their students at this link: www.lake.k12.fl.us/lakelibrary
who already have library cards are still eligible to register to help their
school bring in the numbers. The contest will continue through Dec. 21.
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