Read to Succeed Program challenges students to read

Students in junior kindergarten to sixth grade are taking on the challenge of the lower school library’s Read to Succeed Program which asks students to read 100 books during the school year.

Students make a commitment to read at least 15 books with a minimum of 20 pages each month for seven months. If students complete the program, they receive a gold medal and a certificate.

Each month students are required to submit a completed reading log. They can earn a Pizza Hut Book It coupon for a free personal pan pizza.

Librarian Laurel Oshiro is thrilled with her students’ participation.

“Currently, 151 students are attempting to read 100 books this school year and discovering new books every day!” said Oshiro.

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