READING INCENTIVE PROGRAMS

The following READING INCENTIVE PROGRAMS are being promoted though the library. In order to keep a record of all the books the students read , each child first through sixth grade need to have for the library pocket folder with prongs to hold loose leaf paper. Parents please provide the folder and loose leaf paper as soon as possible. All books that are read during the school year will be recorded in this READING LOG. The READING INCENTIVE PROGRAMS promoted by the library are:

  1. COUNT ON READING A nationwide reading program where monthly statistics from all schools in the U.S. will be sent in to be counted and recorded to see if a goal of 1,000,000,000 books can be met by the students in the U.S.
  2. PIZZA HUT BOOK IT PROGRAM The students have to read 3 books a month from October-Feburary. Each month every student from first-sixth grade can earn a coupon for a free personal pan pizza at Pizza Hut. If all students in the class participate by reading and recording all books they read then the class can win a pizza party.
  3. READING HONOR ROLL Each student must read 6 books in a nine week period and record them in their READING LOGS. The READING LOGS will be picked up by the librarian at the end of each nine week period. Reading Honor Roll cetificates will be received by all students who reach the goal
  4. 100 BOOK CLUB As soon as a student reaches the goal of reading 100 books for the year he or she can become a member. All books read for the year that are recorded in the READING LOG are counted toward reaching the goal of 100 books for the year. Students who reach this goal will earn a trophy at the end of the year. There is already one student who reached 100 books last year and the student is Danielle Radcliff who is in second grade this year.

The following information will be recorded for book read and put into READING LOG:

AUTHOR, TITLE, NUMBER OF PAGES, MONTH BOOK IS READ, PARENT`S SIGNATURE

Write 3 sentences about the book or draw a picture about the book.

It is very important to have a signature from a parent or someone who knows the student is reading the book. This is also a good time for parents to become involved in reading with their child.

Everything your child reads whether its from home, the public library, or the school library can be recorded in the READING LOG. Please encourage your child to participate and record in their READING LOG.