• “When you read a children’s novel – or more than one novel – across an entire district, you spark a community-wide conversation.  That conversation takes place on playgrounds and parking lots, in grocery stores and churches, across your district.  A conversation that is rich, involving hundreds and thousands of students and families, inspires a rich appreciation of literature and lifelong readers. It establishes a culture of family literacy.”    ~Read to Them

     

    PEC, IEC, & 6th GRADE FAMILIES:

    Join us as we continue our exciting reading adventure: One District, One Book 

    January 4th-March 12th, 2021!

     

    Day 1 Intro Video

    Day 2 Book Intro Video: Almost Super

    Day 3 Book Intro Video: Fenway & Hattie

      

    WHICH BOOK WILL YOU VOTE FOR?

    Almost Super                                             Fenway and Hattie

     

     

    WHAT IS ONE DISTRICT, ONE BOOK? 

    One District, One Book is a program designed to create a shared reading experience across our school community.

    • We will vote on a popular children's novel.
    • Each student receives a copy of the chosen book to keep.
    • Then, every family reads that book together at home while enjoying the provided packet of conversation starters, activities, and reading schedule.
    • The shared reading experience will be supported by enriching activities at school.
    • Students and families can follow the ODOB opportunities on Seesaw (PEC & IEC) or Google Classroom (6th Gr.).

    Every family in our PreK- 6th Grade Community reads the same book at the same time!  

    Go to www.readtothem.org for more information about the One District One Book initiative.