GREENE SPRING READ-A-THON!

Read at home and help us reach our school-wide goal of 520,000 minutes of reading by May 31st!

(That's just over an hour per week per student, or 12 minutes of reading per school day, for the last 7 weeks of school, plus staff reading 30 minutes per week)

Click here to log your minutes at the end of each book you finish. Anything you log here will automatically be reported on the charts below. Please keep track of how many minutes you spend on each book.

ONLY MINUTES READ BETWEEN APRIL 10TH AND MAY 31ST ARE ELIGIBLE TO BE LOGGED.

Secondary Goal: 90% or more student participation!

All you have to do to be counted as participating is to finish at least one book and record it using the form above!

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