Join Our Raise a Reader 2011 Program — Win $5,000 for Your School Library

Get your kids reading and on their way to become bookworms!  This year, Parents magazine and Parents.com partnered with the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) for our second Raise a Reader program.

Two contests are running simultaneously as part of the Raise a Reader program, the School Challenge and the Family Challenge. The School Challenge is open to parents with school-age kids, and the school with the highest reading minutes will win $5,000 for the library.  The Family Challenge is open to parents with and without school-age kids, and 50 kids with the highest reading minutes will win $50 gift cards.

FOR THE SCHOOL CHALLENGE:

1-      Between October 1-30, 2011, school administrators and teachers can register their school for the program at parents.com/reading/school/signup

2-      Starting November 7, 2011, parents must begin registering their individual kids into to the program.  Parents can register at parents.com/reading/ and start tracking their children’s extracurricular reading minutes.  Only 100 minutes maximum can be entered each day. Students can be enrolled any time until January 30, 2012, when the contest ends.

3-      When parents register their kids, they must add a school in order to be a participant in the program.  Parents with school-age kids who participating in the School Challenge are automatically enrolled in the Family Challenge.

FOR THE FAMILY CHALLENGE:

1-      Starting November 7, 2011, parentswithout school-age children also register their individual kids into the program.  Parents can register at parents.com/reading/ and start tracking their children’s extracurricular reading minutes.  Only 100 minutes maximum can be entered each day. Kids can be enrolled any time until January 30, 2012, when the contest ends.

2-      When parents register their kids, they are automatically enrolled into the Family Challenge.

 

View frequently asked questions here and full contest rules here. Get your child’s school involved today!

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