The Six Flags Six Hour Reading Program has begun! Students in grades K-5 are encouraged to participate in the Six Flags Six-Hour Read to Succeed Program running from NOW through FRIDAY, February 23rd.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas encourages students to read for six hours outside of their regularly assigned reading — to READ FOR FUN – and is happy to reward those students with a free ticket to Six Flags Fiesta Texas! Forms will be distributed this week in Thursday Folders to all K-5 students.
Please read the front and back of the form, fill out as directed (including parents’ initials and signature) and return NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, February 23rd to your child’s teacher. The theme park tickets will arrive mid-May for those who participate. Get ready to READ, READ, READ!
If you need an additional copy, click on the form below to print out a PDF!
To hear more about the program, watch the short video below!
If you would like to order an autographed copy of a selection of Ben Clanton’s books, please click on the image below and return the order form with payment by Wednesday, December 20th.
Local independent bookstore, BookPeople, will be selling copies of SIX of Mr. Clanton’s books to our students in advance of his visit, so our guest is able to sign and personalize books while he visits England Elementary!
Check out the slides from our Student Presentation this week sharing all of the information about Mr. Clanton’s upcoming visit! Thank you in advance to our PTA, who helps makes visits like this possible for our students!
We were beyond excited to meet the prolific and talented Texas Bluebonnet Award nominated author/illustrator Don Tatewhen he visited our 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students yesterday! Thanks again to PTA for helping fund special events like our author visit!
All of our library copies of Don Tate’s books have been autographed & are ready for checkout, & all students who preordered received their autographed & personalized books, too!!
Thanks again for an awesome visit, Mr. Tate! @ElsaEngRRISD#LibrariesRRockpic.twitter.com/v6LJqdsSTy
The England Library is so excited to host our sixth annual Unusual Reading Spot Contest! Students enjoy having their picture taken while reading in an unusual place or pose and entering their picture in our school-wide contest. Students might be found reading in a refrigerator, near an important landmark, in a basketball hoop, or any place your imagination takes you. Our students read EVERYWHERE!
In the photos, students should be visibly reading a book – and we should clearly be able to see the book cover (see examples above). The 10 winning images will be enlarged to 16” x 20” for display in our England Library during the 2018-19 school year.
Who: Any student attending England! (Only one entry per student, however students are welcome and encouraged to include siblings in a joint photo!)
When: from NOW until Friday, April 20, 2018
Contest Rules: Participating students must turn in a 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” photo print on photo paper of their contest entry (sorry, entries cannot be emailed). The submissions will be voted on by a panel of judges and the winning images will then need to provide a digital version of their image (please take the photo in the highest resolution your camera will allow) so that we may enlarge it for display in the library. Minimum resolution pixel dimensions are 1840 x 2300; optimum resolution pixel dimensions are 2400 x 3000 or higher. Please note that “camera-phone” photos will not be a high enough resolution to print in such an enlarged size for display in the library. Additionally, please do not Photoshop or otherwise edit the photo in order to superimpose parts of the image – we want it to be as authentic of an image as possible. Pick up a participation form in the library or download one below to attach to your contest entry picture.
Please note these additional guidelines: Your book must “match” the unusual reading spot, and the cover of your book must be visible in the photo.