Summer SuperHero Reading Contest

To support summer reading, myONreader from Capstone announcesthe 2013 Summer SuperHero ReadingProgram.
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To support summer reading, myONreader from Capstone announcesthe 2013 Summer SuperHero ReadingProgram.

To support summer reading, myON reader from Capstone announces the 2013 Summer SuperHero Reading Program. All schools using myON reader, an online personalized literacy environment matching students’ interests and reading levels to recommended digital books, are encouraged to participate in the summer reading program, which runs May 15-August 15, 2013. Student prizes will be based on total time spent reading. Prizes will be awarded from Steelcase, Variquest, Sony, and others. Find more details at www.thefutureinreading.com/lp/Summer-Reading.html

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