Reading Counts

Scholastic Reading Counts

 

 

 

Reading Counts Policy from Oct. 15th, 2015

Reading Counts is a program purchased and operated through the library media center at Woodlawn. Every teacher and grade level have different expectations and requirements for their students in Reading Counts. Students participate it through the management of their classroom teachers. Below you will find the policy on Reading Counts for Woodlawn. If you have any questions about your child's requirements please contact their classroom teachers. 

  • Kindergarten does not participate in Reading Counts.
  • First graders will move as appropriate to Reading Counts based on teacher decision.
  • Second graders may use Razz kids with earning 10 pts per 9 weeks and/or may use Scholastic Reading Counts with no specific number of books assigned.
  • Third graders read 15-20 Books (based on individual student goals). 4 of 7 books need to be Reading Counts books; other books need to have a written summary or a teacher choice activity where the students demonstrate comprehension. Students may use book to locate answers
  • Fourth graders will read 25 books (125 pages = 1 book). 5-8 books per quarter should be reading counts. Students may use book to locate answers.
  • Fifth graders will read 25 books (150 pages = 1 book). Students may use book to locate answers. 5 or 6 books need to be Reading Counts books; other books need to have a written summary or a teacher choice activity where the students demonstrate comprehension.

Rewards will be left up to grade level teams.