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    Spring Break Reading Challenge

    Read for 20 minutes a day for a total of 320 minutes this spring break. Students who meet this reading goal will be eligible for prizes and recognition – as well as limit the “spring brain drain” and be ready to return to school!

    Students should log their minutes online using MyOn or by using the reading log. Logs should be turned in when students return after spring break.

     

    Start reading today by logging on to the Clever App with your school user name ID and password.

    Student Username: firstname.lastname

    Password: X0student ID number (capital X; zero; ID number)

     

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    For questions while you are logged into myON, contact Ashlee Noland at  ashlee.noland@renaissance.com. If you have questions regarding logging in please reach out to your teacher or check out support at  https://support.clever.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002717307 for login issues.

     


     

    ReadOKC

    Mary Mélon, president and CEO of the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools celebrates students who accomplished their reading goals. Click here to download photo 


    OKLAHOMA CITY (May 13, 2019) 

    When Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS) students reach their goals, a reward keeps them motivated to keep working hard.

    That’s why 279 Hawthorne Elementary students received medals at a special assembly. Each of the students read 20 minutes a day over spring break as part of a ReadOKC’s challenge. Hawthorne students led the district with more than 174,000 minutes read. Across the district, students read 2.1 million minutes.

    The event also served to kick off the 2019 “Get in the Game” summer program. For the third straight summer, every OKCPS student who averages 20 minutes a day of reading will receive prizes and recognition on the fall.

    “A love for reading is the foundation of an excellent education,” said OKCPS Superintendent Dr. Sean McDaniel. “The ‘Get in the Game’ challenge has ignited a new passion for reading in students across the district. We have been thrilled to see the number of minutes read continue to rise during every school break since the ReadOKC program began. We hope to set another record this year!”  

    ReadOKC will host a series of events throughout the summer to promote literacy. In the fall, events at each OKCPS elementary school will celebrate students’ accomplishments. The top students and schools will receive special prizes.

    “Taking a small part of every day for reading each day of summer break makes a huge difference when students return to school each fall,” said Mary Mélon, president and CEO of the Foundation for OKCPS. “Thanks to our incredible community partners – and our students’ dedication – ReadOKC is making a huge difference in our schools.”

    About ReadOKC

    ReadOKC is an initiative of the Oklahoma City Public Schools Compact, which promotes the love of reading to OKCPS elementary students. The Oklahoma City Public Schools Compact’s primary mission is to create and stimulate ownership of OKCPS and its outcomes. It comprises of: Oklahoma City Public Schools, the Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, the United Way of Central Oklahoma, and the City of Oklahoma City.

      

    MEDIA CONTACTS   
             
    Adam Brooks
    (405) 615-2659
    adam@candorpr.com

    Ashley Howard
    (858) 869-4681
    ahoward@kochcomm.com



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    Familias – Practiquen lectura con el desafío de primavera

    Lea con su hijo durante 20 minutos al día por un total de 320 minutos estas vacaciones de primavera. Los estudiantes que cumplan con esta meta de lectura serán elegibles para premios y reconocimientos y los ayudará a estar listos para regresar a la escuela.

    Los estudiantes deben registrar sus minutos en línea usando MyOn o usando el formulario de registro de lectura. Los registros se deben entregar cuando los estudiantes regresen después de las vacaciones de primavera.

     

    1. Para ver la página web en español, visite www.okcps.org y haga click en la esquina superior derecha, donde dice Translate.
    2. Luego, seleccione English to Spanish. La página web se le abrirá entonces en español.
    3. Una vez que tenga la página en español, haga click en el menú superior en el botón de Herramientas de Estudiantes.
    4. Haga click en el botón Clever e inicie sesión colocando su usuario y contraseña.

    Nombre de usuario del estudiante: primernombre.apellido
    Contraseña: X0 número de identificación del estudiante (mayúscula X; cero; número de identificación)

     

    Si tiene preguntas mientras está conectado a myON, comuníquese con Ashlee Noland escribiendo un correo electrónico a ashlee.noland@renaissance.com. Si tiene preguntas sobre el inicio de sesión, comuníquese con su maestro o consulte la sección de soporte en https://support.clever.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002717307 para problemas de inicio de sesión.



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    What Is ReadOKC?

    ReadOKC is an initiative of The Oklahoma City Public Schools Compact, to promote the love of reading for the students of OKCPS and in our community.