The Get Georgia Reading Program is available again this spring/summer to help provide free resources for students.
- Enhanced digital books from Renaissance myON® Reader include fiction, nonfiction, classics, and graphic novels in English and Spanish.
- Age-appropriate news articles from Renaissance myON® News, powered by News-O-Matic include US and world events, arts and entertainment, sports, science, and technology–written in English, Spanish, and French.
To get started:
· Go to www.myon.com/login/index.html and enter your login information:
School Name: Get Georgia Reading
(type the first few letters and select from the drop-down menu)
Click the Sign In button.
Select a book and start reading!
ABDO Books -Free Resource until June 2020
Books for Pre-K through 12th grade are available to read online:
Students in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades had a visit from Author, Jonathan Miller, on Tuesday, March 3rd. If you ordered a book after the visit, they will be distributed once school resumes at walnut Grove. He knows that we are having digital learning days and has an art contest going on right now. If you would like to particpate:Via Sammy's Facebook page, students should watch the animated version of Sammy's Last Week in Charleston and then draw their own favorite place!Send Jonathan a photo of their original artwork-- firstname.lastname@example.org-- by Tuesday, March 24, for a chance to win a Sammy book!Next Wednesday, we'll post the animated version of Sammy on Safari and invite children to draw their favorite animal for another chance to win.
The Spring Book Fair has been postponed and will be rescheduled once we have more information on when school will resume at Walnut Grove. Stay tuned and stay safe, we will still need your help.
The author visit with Carmen Agra Deedy for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students has beed rescheduled to Monday, May 4th.