EDUCATION

Surprise starts literacy challenge for kids

Posted 1/23/23

The city of Surprise Youth Services is inviting first- through fourth-grade students to register for the Surprise Literacy Challenge.

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EDUCATION

Surprise starts literacy challenge for kids

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The city of Surprise Youth Services is inviting first- through fourth-grade students to register for the Surprise Literacy Challenge.

The challenge encourages students to get reading by having them log their minutes of reading and complete fun challenges to earn badges and prizes.

Surprise Literacy Challenge runs through Friday, March 3.

The challenge is open to all Surprise area students including those attending homeschool, charter schools and Dysart Unified School District campuses.

Participants can register as an individual, a family or an entire class.

During the challenge, students can win fun prizes, including the opportunity to be recognized at a spring training game. Participating teachers will also be entered into a drawing for prizes.

Visit the Surprise Literacy Challenge webpage to register and learn about the challenge.

For questions, email literacychallenge@surpriseaz.gov.

Surprise Literacy Challenge, Dysart Unified School District