The Anaheim Ducks S.C.O.R.E. In-Class Education Program consists of the following initiatives focusing on classroom subjects such as math, science, and language arts.
Reading Is the Goal is part of the Anaheim Ducks S.C.O.R.E. In-Class Education Program and rewards 4th grade students for their time spent reading per day within a flexible 30-day period. Each participant receives branded school supplies which include pocket folders, a pencil pouch, and other materials. The Ducks reward students based upon their participation and personal achievement reaching various plateau levels of 600, 750, 900, and 1000 total minutes read. To help encourage all students to read, they can work together to win great prizes for their entire classroom.
Its goals are to convey the importance of reading as the foundation to success and to help students cultivate a life-long love for reading. Since its inception, Reading Is the Goal has made significant contributions within schools. It has raised students' reading proficiency as well as test scores among its participants. Through its work in the community, Reading Is the Goal has received awards from the International Reading Association (IRA).
Reading Is the Goal Day is the Anaheim Ducks' annual event used to promote literacy and the importance of education to students locally. Each year, the Ducks select a school from its Ducks S.C.O.R.E. Reading Is the Goal participants from the previous year as a recipient of this exciting day. Ducks executive and front office members are sent to each classroom to interact with students as well as read to them. The event concludes with an all-school assembly with Anaheim Ducks players where they read a children's book, conduct a question and answer session, and present gifts to the school.
To be a nominee for the exciting Reading Is the Goal Day, all your school needs to do is to participate in the Reading Is the Goal program. For more details about this program, please email email@example.com.