Flyer for the CSUEB Read with Pioneers event on Jan. 12.

A "Read with Pioneers" celebration with four Hayward-area elementary schools is planned for Jan. 12.

CSUEB Athletics to honor reading program participants from Hayward elementary schools, Jan. 12

  • January 11, 2013 3:19pm

The Cal State East Bay Athletics Department is set to celebrate its Read With the Pioneers participants at the Jan. 12 basketball games against Cal Poly Pomona in the Pioneer Gym.  This year’s 448 participants collectively read 205,000 pages.

The Read with the Pioneers Program works to encourage at-home reading among Hayward-area elementary school students. During the month of November, participants keep a log of the number of pages they read and report their totals to teachers at the end of the month. Over the past three years, the reading program has grown from just 20 participants at one school to more than 400 at four local schools. This year’s participants included Harder, Fairview and Burbank Elementary Schools, as well as St. John Catholic School.

For more information on the Read with the Pioneers Program or to get your school involved for next year, contact Dawn Ellerbe at dawn.ellerbe@csueastbay.edu.

2012-13 READ WITH THE PIONEERS PROGRAM AWARD WINNERS

School

Burbank Elementary School: 66,716 pages

Individuals

Burbank Elementary School Top Readers

Rachelle Coto Zamudio, 2nd grade: 4,421 pages

Ian Moran, 4th grade: 1,354

Fairview Elementary School Top Readers

Pedro Espinoza, 5th grade: 2,472

Jada Prince, 2nd grade: 1,022

Harder Elementary School Top Readers

Jayden Jones, 6th grade: 2,025

Ana Imperial, 4th grade: 1,262

St. John Catholic School Top Readers

Gurpinder Singh, 6th grade: 18,709

Nicole Mendonca, 3rd grade: 11,982

Read CSUEB Athletics press release.

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