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The research on summer reading is clear: Children who don’t read during the summer lose reading skills, while those who do read are more likely to be successful in school when school resumes in the fall. So how do you combine your child’s need for summer fun with the need to keep them reading? It’s easy! Give them ACCESS to many books and the OPPORTUNITY to choose what they want to read.
This week the Southport Media Center is hosting the Scholastic Summer Reading Book Fair! This end of year celebration of reading offers an amazing selection of affordable books, including the newest titles for every reading level. Students could also enter into a raffle to win books, posters, and other summer goodies.
Our Summer Reading Book Fair continues through May 20th from 10:00AM through 3:30PM. The first 75 students who purchase a book receive a free Kids at Hope tote donated by Councilman Bowen and the Port St. Lucie Parks and Recreation Dept! The Media Center thanks you for your support!!Read More
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Thank you to everyone who made our afternoon WeatherSTEM assembly such a wonderful event for our 6th grade students! I would list everyone right now, but I just had to hurry up and share what I found at the end of this happy day. The screenshot I got on our page just now really caught my eye. I am a weather nerd. haha If you want to watch the live show, please check us out at stlucie.weatherSTEM.com! For now, Thank you ALL!Read More
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Southport’s young authors will soon celebrate all their hard work and get the chance to share the books they have authored during our annual Young Authors Celebration. On Friday, May 1st at 2:00 PM, award winning children’s book author Donna Gephart, will be here to inspire Southport’s top writers and answer questions. Ms. Wanda Galey, Southport’s YA coordinator, will present students with certificates of participation in the Young Authors’ Celebration, as well a copy of Ms. Gephart’s latest title, How to Survive Middle School. The top three students’ books will be chosen by literacy teachers to receive an invitation to the St. Lucie County Reading Council’s Young Author Celebration: “The Academy of Amazing Authors” to celebrate their accomplishment.Read More