Join us in celebrating the following readers from Maryland's schools. There we over 3,000 entries received from across the state.
Students from Benjamin Stoddard Middle School and Stephen Decatur Middle school in Prince Georges County participated in a month long Radical Reader book club led by Angie Ange of WKYS FM Radio. They read the book, "I Am Malala."
We’re looking to build a state of great readers with our annual Read 30/30 challenge. If you are a public school student in Maryland, you may have a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD or an Amazon gift card. To learn more click here. Let’s get ready to Read Across Maryland. A special prize
At Samuel P. Massie Academy in Forestville, 30 students spent every Tuesday in March with Angie Ange from WKYS 93.9 F.M. She led poignant discussions about the book they were all reading, A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Soldier Boy by Ishmael Beah. At the end of the month, three of the students won
Children and their families came out to TownMall of Westminster on Saturday, February 22, to take part in a Read Across America event sponsored by the Carroll County Education Association. The event included face-painting, balloon animals, story-telling, free raffles, meeting local sports teams’ mascots, information booths from local organizations, and free green eggs and ham
Thanks to a $7,000 grant from NEA and its national sponsor, Renaissance Dental, MSEA will give at least 2 books to 230 kindergarten students in Prince George’s County.