ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is excited to announce that Rochester Public Schools, in partnership with Holy Rosary Credit Union (HRCU) and Rochester Rotary Club, have launched the District’s Summer Reading Program.
MEDWAY –Principal John Murray is pleased to share that Medway High School held a “book tasting” on Friday to give students the opportunity to choose their summer reading assignment.
The Rochester Library celebrated the conclusion of its summer reading programs, and is resuming its normal hours beginning today.
Gallery: Research Confirms Summer Reading Initiative Helps Prevent Loss of Literacy Skills Among Stoughton Elementary School Students
STOUGHTON – Superintendent Marguerite Rizzi of Stoughton Public Schools is pleased to announce that through a collaboration with Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, that the district’s summer reading initiative helps to prevent the common loss of literacy skills that often occurs during the summer.
WAKEFIELD — Principal Carla Scuzzarella is pleased to announce that 70 students at Northeast Metro Tech attended a whale watch this week for their work on the school’s summer reading project.
ROCKLAND — If you had visited John W. Rogers Middle School recently, you would have heard students and staff excitedly talking about the 1960s. You would have heard the names of known civil rights leaders like Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Ruby Bridges, along with musical icons Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
Rochester Middle School students read for more than 300,000 minutes this summer, earning “Best in State” in the 2017 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.
Gallery: GLTS Sees Increase in Students Completing Summer Reading through Book Club Inspired Program
ANDOVER — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that the Greater Lawrence Technical School showed its love for literature during the All School Summer Reading Program last week.
HULL — Principal Christine Cappadona is pleased to announce that Lillian M. Jacobs Elementary School students completed a book talk last week with their peers after they were challenged to read 20 books over the summer.