Congratulations Top 20!
By Yanique on September 6th, 2011
Students from 20 schools across the country made reading a huge priority this summer by reading the most minutes in the Scholastic Summer Challenge. These avid readers logged their minutes spent reading to help set a new Read for the World Record! For their reading success, the schools will be listed in the 2012 Scholastic Book of World Records as the Top 20 schools that read the most minutes.
Take a look at the list below and see if a school in your area made the list –
The Top 20 Schools in the 2011 Scholastic Summer Challenge are:
1. Brooksville Elementary School, Brooksville, FL – read 3,176,409 minutes
2. Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Jupiter, FL – read 2,464,096 minutes
3. St. Isidore Elementary School, Danville, CA – read 2,075,131 minutes
4. St. Gregory Elementary School, Tyler, TX – read 1,553,670 minutes
5. Paine Intermediate School, Trussville, AL – read 1,449,044 minutes
6. Highland Elementary School, Sylvania, OH – read 1,362,203 minutes
7. Paine Primary School, Trussville, AL – read 956,355 minutes
8. Liberty Park Elementary School, Greenacres, FL – read 885,872 minutes
9. Broadview Elementary School, North Lauderdale, FL – read 779,732 minutes
10. Pleasant Grove Elementary School, Inverness, FL – read 727,481 minutes
11. Union Elementary School, Temple, GA – read 706,766 minutes
12. Osseo Area Schools Kidstop Summer Program, Maple Grove, MN – read 659,006 minutes
13. Enders – Salk Elementary School, Schaumburg, IL – read 625,193 minutes
14. Walker Elementary School, Chuluota, FL – read 623,075 minutes
15. J. Harold Van Zant Elementary School, Marlton, NJ – read 607,437 minutes
16. Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Charlotte, NC – read 591,796 minutes
17. Westdale Elementary School, Northlake, IL – read 586,742 minutes
18. Village Elementary School, Hilton, NY – read 566,098 minutes
19. Westview Middle School, Longmont, CO – read 563,235 minutes
20. Heritage Elementary School, Greenacres, FL – read 523,835 minutes
Congratulations to ALL the students who took the Scholastic Summer Challenge this summer. The program will be back next summer with new games and books that are sure to get kids excited about reading. Stay tuned!
I wonder if there is a reading challenge for adults? I know some OOMers who would surely win.
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