iRead 2021 is virtual, but still full of fun!
The 2021 iRead read-a-thon is fully virtual this year. The iRead Kick-Off event, co-sponsored with the Highland Park Public Library, is scheduled for Saturday, January 9th. Scroll down for Kick-Off event details. Don’t forget to check out the “iRead Activities” tab on the 112 Education Foundation website for fun projects to do at home.
For information and details about the read-a-thon, please refer to the parent letters linked below:
For Hybrid Students:
iRead 2021 Parent Letter – Hybrid Student (English)
iRead 2021 Parent Letter – Hybrid Student (Spanish)
iRead 2021 Online Minute Tracking Form – Hybrid Student (preferred method)
iRead 2021 Hardcopy Minute Tracking Form – Hybrid Student
For Remote Students:
iRead 2021 Parent Letter – Remote Student (English)
iRead 2021 Parent Letter – Remote Student (Spanish)
iRead 2021 Online Minute Tracking Form – Remote Student (preferred method)
iRead 2021 Hardcopy Minute Tracking Form – Remote Student
For Green Bay Students:
iRead 2021 Parent Letter Green Bay School (English)
iRead 2021 Parent Letter Green Bay School (Spanish)
iRead 2021 Online Green Bay School Tracking Form
iRead 2021 Hardcopy Green Bay School Tracking Form
Kick-Off Event Activities – Saturday, January 9
Paddy Lynn – Chicago Storyacting Live Event
Don’t miss this LIVE storyacting performance by Paddy Lynn! As a theater performer, writer, and director, Paddy brings her love for theater and literature in her storyacting programs. For over 18 years, she has been bringing stories to life with her unique storytelling style.
Registration is required; attendees will receive a Zoom invitation via email. Click the link below to register.
Grab&Go Bookmark Craft Kit
11:00am to 5:00pm
HP Library (lower vestibule)
Stop by the Highland Park Public Library on Saturday, January 9, to pick up a Grab&Go craft kit. Kits include templates for multiple style bookmarks and fun supplies to complete make them your own.
Need instructions or more bookmark-making ideas? Click here for some tips and tricks.
Perfect Picks Junior
Looking fore the perfect book for your elementary-age reader? The Highland Park Public Library has created Perfect Picks Junior to identify books that match your reader’s interests. Click on the link below to complete a few simple questions and get started reading!