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    Posted on 12/01/2019
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    Global Reading Challenge

    This is the week our BF Day Global Readers have been preparing for! Our in-school challenge is this Thursday, Feb. 6 at 10:00 in the gym. All B.F. Day staff and families are invited to attend as well as 3-5th grade students. Please join us as we cheer on our courageous Global Readers! 4th grade teams will meet one last time this Wednesday, during lunch recess in the library.  Go Global Readers!  


    What is it?

    The Global Reading Challenge is a reading incentive program for 4th and 5th graders enrolled in Seattle Public Schools. Students form teams and read 10 books, then take part in a trivia competition to determine the winner for the city of Seattle.

    Global Reading Challenge Goals 

    • To ensure the participation of children with higher and lower reading scores throughout the city.
    • To foster teamwork and cooperative thinking.
    • To build strong relationships between The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Public Schools.
    • To share quality children’s literature with the participants that represents a diversity of experiences at a variety of reading levels.
    • To promote the love of reading and have fun!


    B. F. Day Library Global Reading Challenge Update

    o 5th grade teams meet Thurs, 12/12 during lunch recess in Ms. Noreng’s room
    o 4th grade teams will meet Wed, 12/18 during lunch recess w/Ms. Noreng

    Books are available through the Seattle Public Library in a variety of formats:
    * E-books, audiobooks and good old-fashioned print
    * SPL is offering unlimited access to all GRC titles in audiobook and e-book format
    SPL link: https://www.spl.org/programs-and-services/learning/global-reading-challenge


     

    Rocket and Moon DrawingVolunteers needed to help to lead lunchtime team meetings and to write up practice questions.

    Contact Mr. Hammer if interested: kahammer@seattleschools.org