Students and their families toured Green Meadow’s inaugural Literacy Fair on Thursday evening as they examined book projects and participated in reading activities. The event culminated the school’s Literacy Initiative which began in January.
“I’m so impressed with how many students participated,” said Green Meadow librarian Laura Wladarczyk who coordinated the program. “The whole school got behind the project.”
As part of the Literacy Initiative, students tracked how much they read at school and at home. Collectively, the school read more than 94,000 minutes.
Some students also chose to participate in the Read for Ronald McDonald House program and created an optional project for the Literacy Fair.
“I’m so proud of our students, parents and staff for helping to make our first ever Literacy Initiative a huge success,” said Principal Dan Garab. “It was fun to watch the students track their reading progress and see their creative projects.”