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Read Every Night! 

Listen to Win Every                  Morning!


One School - One Book


by Deborah and James Howe


This month JKSIA will  once again embark on an exciting project -

an all school book club called

One School, One Book!


Our School is participating in an exciting celebration of reading!  We will all be reading the same book at the same time.  Every family and every member of the JKSIA Community will get a "forever" copy of the wonderful classic, Bunnicula, by Deborah and James Howe.  Reading aloud at home is valuable because it better prepares your child to be an effective reader. It is also a fun, worthwhile family activity. With the One School, One Book program, we aim to build a community of readers at our school.

Everyone - students, parents, teachers, and even administrative staff - will be participating, and we can all reap the many benefits!

Every day for the next two weeks there will be daily trivia questions to encourage and reward regular reading. There will be small daily prizes to go along with the trivia questions! Your child will take pride in knowing and anticipating the details of the story. In class, there may be various activities that explore the book. You will want to make sure your family keeps up so your child can be included. Soon, everyone will be talking about this "hare" raising tale!


Together We Can Build A Community of Readers At JKSIA!