- Friday, April 17, 2015
With students reading to one another, Middle Gate Loves To Read Week came to a close on Friday, April 10.
The week began on Monday, April 6, with a presentation shared by third grade students in teacher Clair DeSisto’s class with the entire school, during to assemblies.
As Middle Gate reading specialist Lina Silveira explained before the presentation, the week is a celebration of all the reading activities students do daily and promotes a continued love of literacy.
- Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 9:52 am
In preparation for a week of reading and ahead of an author’s visit in May, third grade students in teacher Claire DeSisto’s class gave a presentation on Monday, April 6, to kick-off Middle Gate Loves To Read Week.
Two assemblies were held during the day for Ms DeSisto’s students to share their presentation with the full school.
“We hope you enjoy Middle Gate Loves To Read Week,” the students all said together at the end of their first presentation.
- Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 9:08 am
To kick off its One School, One Read three-week event, Sandy Hook Elementary School hosted Danny Rodrigue, stage name Danny Magic, on Friday, March 13.
According to Sandy Hook School language arts consultant Cynthia McArthur, a One School, One Read committee read about 20 books before selecting this year’s book, which will be read by the entire school community over the next three weeks.
- Thursday, March 20, 2014
Around Sandy Hook School on Friday, March 14, were clues to this year’s One School One Read book.
During multiple presentations for different grade levels, Sandy Hook School library/media specialist Yvonne Cech and reading consultant Cynthia McArthur unveiled this year’s One School One Read title.
As Ms Cech explained to one group on Friday, the program has the entire school community — including students, staff, and parents — read the same book at once.