Rawson School Takes Home Regional Prize in Summer Reading Challenge
Rawson School students paricipated in KFFL’s Read to Achieve: Summer Reading Challenge; encouraging students to continue reading and improving their literacy skills during summer break.
Rawson School is one of the 12 regional winners based on the largest average student reading minutes entered into the Beanstack system during the four week challenge.
|Program Name||Associated Office||KPMG Hub|
|Boys & Girls Club of Greater Memphis||Memphis||Atlanta|
|Hartford Public Library – Rawson||Hartford||Boston|
|Henry M. Flagler Elementary||Miami||Charlotte|
|St. Anthony School||Milwaukee||Chicago|
|Freedom School Scholars||Columbus||Columbus|
|Andrew “Doc” Session||Fort Worth||Dallas|
|Horizons Austin Trinity||Austin||Houston|
|CRC Stanton||Orange County||Los Angeles|
|Boys and Girls Club Lodi||Montvale||New York|
|Neighborhood Learning Alliance||Pittsburgh||Philadelphia|
|Team Read Seattle||Seattle||San Francisco|
|P.B. Young Elementary||Norfolk||Washington DC|
Henry M. Flagler Elementary, Miami, FL is the national winner of the Challenge with a total average of 1,744 student reading minutes!
All winning organizations will receive gift certificates to the First Book Marketplace to purchase new books and educational resources.
In addition, all winning organizations will have the opportunity to nominate a Title 1 school in their community to receive a $150 gift certificate to the First Book National Book Bank to purchase new books.
Congratulations to all organizations!
Shout out to our Boundless Library Partnership!