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Blue Point Elementary Celebrates The Written Word

Students dressed up as their favorite character from some of the school’s most beloved books for the Pick a Reading Partner Program thumbnail216175
Students show their chosen favorite books thumbnail216176
Students dressed up as their favorite character from some of the school’s most beloved books for the Pick a Reading Partner Program thumbnail216177
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Students and a teacher are dressed up as their favorite characters from their chosen books thumbnail216179
A student and their teacher are dressed up as their favorite characters thumbnail216180
A teacher is dressed up as their favorite character thumbnail216181
Reading has always been an integral part of the district’s curriculum and culture. Blue Point Elementary School recently put a fun twist on the celebration of the written word through participation in the PARP program, which stands for Pick a Reading Partner.

The New York State PTA-sponsored initiative encourages the love of reading and asks that parents, family and siblings read with children for an additional 15 minutes per day, stressing that reading can be fun and informative.

At Blue Point Elementary School, there were sponsored theme days and bedtime stories with teachers and Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
Dr. Theodore Fulton. On Book Character Day, students dressed up as their favorite character from some of the school’s most beloved books.

Date Added: 4/18/2022
Bayport-Blue Point Eagle