Burr School Students Recognized for Achievements in Governor’s Reading Challenge
Burr School students were recognized for their achievements in the Governor’s Reading Challenge.
The students who represented Burr were: Naysha Diaz – A fifth Grader, she read 33 Books for the Summer; Alina Arduiz, a fourth grader she read 30 Books; Ruth Ramirez-Javier a 4th grader, she read 30 Books and Stephanie Rosa another 4th grader who read 23 Books; Jaylene Andino, not in the picture read 60 books.
For more information on the 2017 Reading Challenge, read below, or click here.
The 2017 Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge was launched on May 19, 2017, at the Connecticut State Library in Hartford. Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Commissioner of Education Dr. Dianna R. Wentzell, and State Librarian Kendall Wiggin were on hand to stress the importance of reading during the summer and to recognize the top-performing schools from the 2016 Summer Reading Challenge. Schools compete based on student population and grade level. The program identifies the schools with the highest percentage of participating enrollment and the highest number of books read by participating students.
Student journals, district reporting forms and all other materials are available online. The Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge supports community programs run by local public libraries.
Information on the 2017 Summer Reading Challenge
- Summer Reading Journal
- Summer Reading School Reporting Form – Form must be completed by November 30, 2017.
- Student Certificate
- Information for Principals
- Message to Parents and Students
- Un Mensaje para los Padres y Estudiantes
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