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Literacy Night Proposal
Who: Sunshine Elementary staff, students, and parents will be asked to participate in this wonderful night of events. Teachers will be provided with two days of an half of hour to plan and prepare for literacy night. More time will be available if needed. Literacy will provide additional resources to teachers if needed. When: Literacy Night will be held March 25th and April 15th from 6pm-8pm. Parents, students, and teachers will collaborate on activities and lessons to strengthen their understanding of the importance of reading and the effects of literacy in all subjects. Where: Literacy Night will be held in Sunshine Elementary school’s cafeteria and Media Center. Parents and students will find an information table at the entry of the event (Cafeterias) where they can pick up information for each grade level breakout sessions and raffle tickets. Breakout sessions will run for about 30 minutes to about an hour. When sessions are completed parents and students will be guided to the cafeteria for the closing and a raffle give away. …show more content…
Literacy night will also provide a guide to practicing reading strategies to increase reading proficiency in the students and support in maneuvering online educational reading programs such as I-ready.com, readwritethink.com, and I-station.com How: Flyers will be provided to students to take home to their family. Posters will be display around the school as a reminder for both parent and student. Administration will send friendly remainders through the school website and a home call. Teachers will be asked to keep parents and students updated about family literacy

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