Jackson School kicks off PARP Reading Program
P.A.R.P. stands for Parents As Reading Partners. Today the staff at Jackson School rolled out the red carpet for the month of March for students to read. The program presents an exciting cliffhanger that the students find the conclusion to through reading.
Some of the characters from favorite childrens books were played out during this event like the Cat in the Hat, Miss Frizzle, Ramona, Harry Potter, Dr. Doolittle, Pippi Longstocking and Judy Moody were greeted by Brooke Mark and Ed Itor.
P.A.R.P. is a National program designed to encourage chidren to read at home with thier parent, guardian, grandparents, or siblings for at least 15 minutes each day.
Learning to read is the single most important activity in a child's education. P.A.R.P. asks parents / guardians to encourage thier child to read, impressing upon them the fact that reading can be fun as well as informative.
Pictured below are some of the characters at todays event kickoff.
Cat in the Hat
Photos by Steve Ognibene