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This year Hollywood Elementary hosted its 3rd Annual Book Swap. Book Swap purchases were made with Student Designed Book Bucks. This year’s design was created by Chloe, a 4th grader in Mrs. Dent-Reeves room. Students participated by bringing in books (in good condition and appropriate for elementary students) and exchanging them for book bucks. When a student brought books to school they received “Book Bucks.” Chapter books were traded for 2 Book Bucks each, Picture Books equal 1 Book Buck. Once the books were collected and sorted they were organized into a Bookstore located in the school’s computer lab. Students that had “Book Bucks” were able to “shop” for a “new to them” book to take home! Over 4000 books were swapped this year. Every student was able to earn at least 1 book buck, for shopping in the Book Swap. Many students had book bucks left over. All leftover books have been donated to United Way’s Summer Reading Program, being led by Kristen Chism.
You Are Invited to Summer Fun in the Garden!
Hello Hollywood Families,
This summer our garden and playground will be open! Yay! We missed seeing everyone last summer. Many things are growing. Garden Leaders Club and classes have been busy planting, weeding and watering. Your family is invited to the garden Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30 beginning June 16th. Drop in with your family for all or part of the time to water, pull a few weeds and enjoy the summer bounty!
All are welcome anytime, if a different time fits your schedule. The garden is a peaceful place to slow down and enjoy our Michigan summer. Feel free to bring a picnic dinner for more fun!
Additionally, help is needed to keep the garden thriving during the hot months.
Building strong reading skills provides a great foundation for your student to excel in school and in life. Reading exercises your brain, improves concentration, improves vocabulary and language skills, develops a child's imagination, while teaching them about different topics. Utilize the reading activities, booklets and toolkit on under our Department of Instruction and Curriculum: Reading by 3rd Grade to strengthen your child's reading skills.
Start reading 5 minutes a day at home with your Kindergartener and by the end of 6th grade your child will have read 900 minutes every school year = 282,000 words and scores in the 50th percentile on average. You can make a difference in your child's future!
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