This morning on Broadcast, our ten winners with the most minutes read on MyOn this week were awarded their Summer Reading T-shirts! The winners are: Julia D., Jennifer K., Adithi V., Cassie P., Nikhil S., Alaina H., Myra S., Alizeh M., Matthew E., and Akhilesh B.
We also awarded a few additional t-shirts to one or two students from each grade level with the next highest number of minutes read on MyOn so far. Those winners are: K: Niranjana J., 1st: Rashmi V., 2nd: Jordan M., 3rd: Ester Y., 4th: Ashley H. and Naomi M., and 5th: Rhea J.
We are so proud to announce that as of this morning, our 696 students had read 3,922 books for a total 781 hours, 33 minutes — just in the last week! KEEP UP THE FABULOUS READING THIS SUMMER, LEOPARDS!
MyOn is an EXCITING, FREE new tool provided by Round Rock ISD for our England students to use during the summer! It is an expansive eBook library where students log in to their individualized accounts and can read eBooks that are both their interest level and reading level.
In the next two weeks, our England students will have an opportunity to log on to their account on the MyOn Digital eBook Library. Watch for a SUMMER LEARNING PACKET to come home during the last week of school — it will contain important passwords and information to continue your child’s learning experiences through the summer!
Parents and Teachers,
Please consider helping our neighbor school, Forest North Elementary, win a grant for $60,000 to spend in their library on eBooks, Playaways, and additional technology for their classrooms in the nationwide Follett Challenge! They are currently in 12th place in this nationwide contest; they are one of only THREE schools from Texas to be selected!
They filmed an awesome video to include the ENTIRE school, celebrating their school pride and love of learning. You can check out the video below!
They were even featured on KVUE a few weeks ago! Click here to read the story and watch the news segment!
1. Click on the logo above
2. Click on the appropriate category (Students/Educators/Parents)
3. Select State from list, type in School name and click ‘find school’
4. Enter secret word <library> and click ‘log in” to complete survey