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Little Elm High School finished in first place in the Great Reading Games, a national audio book event hosted by Learning Ally, a New Jersey-based educational solutions organization.
The annual event coincides with the National Education Association’s Read Across America to empower students in grades 3-12 with learning differences to read with frequency and build strong reading habits, which Learning Ally defines as reading for twenty minutes a day for thirty-three days. This year, more than 37,000 students from 1,600 U.S. schools read a record-breaking 12 million pages.
Little Elm High School won the grade-level bracket for reading 18,676 pages. The prize package included Chromebooks, headphones, T-shirts and recognition for our school. LEHS also had two students, Jacob Chumbley and Roman Gutierrez, win additional Learning Ally prizes for being Top Finishers in The Great Reading Games.