Children and Youth

Office of Education kicks off summer reading challenge

Reading challenge aims to prevent summer slide by encouraging children to read and awarding prizes for most words read.

Information provided by the San Benito County Office of Education.

Superintendent of Schools Krystal Lomanto and The San Benito County Office of Education (SBCOE) invite you to join them for the Footsteps2Brilliance Summer Reading Challenge.

The challenge runs until August 30 and families of preschool-aged children up to 3rd grade can download the Footsteps2Brilliance app for free on their devices and computers.

“We are very excited to launch our summer reading challenge again using the Footsteps2brilliance FREE app provided by the SBCOE,” Lomanto said. “We hope to help prevent the ‘summer slide’ by challenging our students to read over the summer. The San Benito County Office of Education will be providing awards for our students, schools, and districts who read the most words.”

Register at myf2b.com/register/SanBenitoCOE

Download the App in your App store and play 15 minutes or more every day.

 

 

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BenitoLink Staff