Race2Read Reaches 5 Million Minutes

Happy International Women’s Day! On March 8, we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women all around the world. Some of our favorite female authors include Judy Blume, Raina Telgemeier, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas and Kelly Yang. Be sure to check out their influential and inspirational works and then head over to Race2Read.org to log your minutes.

Thus far, the Race2Read campaign has reached 5 million minutes!  That’s the equivalent of almost 10 years, and it’s halfway to our 10-million-minute goal!

Our top student readers for the month of February include students from South Atlanta and North Atlanta high schools, Brown, Bunche and Sutton middle schools, and Brandon, Deerwood, E. Rivers, and Smith elementary schools.

LaDazia Kates of South Atlanta High School, is a top reader for the month of February.
Jolie Council, of South Atlanta High School, is a top reader for the month of February!
Top Readers & Loggers for February – High School
NameSchoolGradeMinutes Logged
Jolie CouncilSouth Atlanta9th2,160
LaDazia Kates South Atlanta9th1,370
Daniela Mejia MendozaNorth Atlanta11th1,820
Brooke Lewis, of Brown Middle School, is a top reader for the month of February.
The Sipe family are avid readers! In February Elle (left) and Riley (middle) were top readers.
Top Readers & Loggers for February – Middle School
NameSchoolGradeMinutes Logged
Torian Amos Bunche 7th1,175
Brooke LewisBrown6th1,710
Ella SipeSutton8th10,535
A family of avid readers: Titian Amos, of Bunche Middle School; and twins Adrianna & Alaynna Roberts, of Deerwood Academy, are among our top readers for the month of February.
Top Readers & Loggers for February – Elementary School
NameSchoolGradeMinutes Logged
Riley SipeE. Rivers5th4,800
Nooriya DivanSmith2nd3,660
Eddie TesfayeBrandon2nd3,409
Adrianna & Alaynna RobertsDeerwoodKindergarten3,205

In culmination of National Read Across America Week, our top student readers and their families were invited to the Green Eggs & Ham Virtual Brunch with Chef Jasmine Stewart, winner of MasterChef Junior’s season 5. At the March 6 event, students read along with Jasmine, followed by a live cooking demonstration of green eggs and ham muffins. Students also received a copy of Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham and an autographed copy of the Masterchef Cookbook.

Students, staff, and community, keep up the great work! And, as always, remember to log all of your leisure reading minutes at Race2Read.org.

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