The Summer Home Run Reading Challenge begins for Volusia County Kindergarten through 8th grade students.
Written by, Jennifer Cintron
Belden Communications News
The Daytona Tortugas and Volusia County Schools are working together for the Summer Home Run Reading challenge, offering prizes to students for reading over the summer. The goal is for students to collectively read for 1 million minutes. To participate students must log their reading hours by 1 of 2 ways:
1. Download the ClassLink App, search ‘Volusia County Schools’ and login with student email address and password.
2. Locate the Beanstack App on the student dashboard. Students can log their reading minutes from now until August 15th to become eligible for prizes.
Challenge levels and prizes:
Batter Up: Read for 30 minutes- get a Shelldon Baseball Card
1st Base: Read for 90 more minutes- get a Wendy’s prize
2nd Base: Read for 90 more minutes- get a Marco’s Pizza prize
3rd Base: Read for 90 more minutes- get a Dave & Buster’s prize
Home Run: Read for 90 more minutes (total of 390 minutes)- get a ticket to the August 21st game for the Daytona Tortugas at Jackie Robinson Ballpark
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