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Lincoln Elementary School’s PARP Combines Reading With Travel

May 5, 2013
The Post-Journal

Lincoln Elementary School recently held their PARP (Parents as Reading Partners) Program. This year's theme, "Lincoln Takes a Reading Road," showcased different parts of the country through reading including New York City, Philadelphia, the Everglades and the Alamo. The three-week program asks parent to read with their children a minimum of 15 minutes a day, five days a week, outside of school.

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Lincoln Elementary School students Nicole McGrath, Karina Camp, Jayden Griffin and Kaylen Kirschman show off the school’s “Reading Wall of Fame.” Students who read every week during Lincoln’s Parents as Reading Partners Program were able to put their hand prints on the wall near the cafeteria.

 
 

 

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