Randolph ISD held a Book Fair at Randolph Elementary School. The Book Fair was a great success and had all of the students smiling! Students were excited about the book fair, writing down all of the book titles on all of the wish lists. After their Book Fair visit, Ms. Sailer’s Kindergarten class was particularly […]
Cleveland ISD partnered with CYCLE Houston to change lives! Cleveland ISD’s very own Southside Elementary partnered with CYCLE Houston (Changing Young Children’s Lives through Education) to provide bikes for any second-grader that meets their reading goal! Southside works with students to set reading goals (minutes of reading) for the remainder of the year. If the […]
Super Reader Girl and her Sidekick visited the kindergarten students at Kubacak Elementary!! A pair of super heros visited Kubacak Elementary school in Santa Fe Independent School District to help students feel the power of reading! Each student was given a wand throughout the reading and helped the students read along with Super Girl. Each […]
Book banning is a form of censorship in which printed material is removed from a library, a curriculum or anywhere else because someone or some group objects to the book’s content or ideas. There are innumerable reasons why people might object to a particular book or other available information – from violence, obscenities and sex to moral, political, or religious objections to poor literary quality.