The Scholastic Readers Cup is an inter-school competition recognizing different schools’ personnel in improving literacy among their school children.This advocacy is geared to help make our students globally competitive and be able to attain creative, analytical and educated minds where endless possibilities can be opened.
It was on August 12, 2015 when the different exemplary efforts of educators in improving the literacy level of their schools were recognized in the 2nd Scholastic Readers Cup. Given recognitions were participating schools and the teachers, librarians, principals, schools and their students. Winners were chosen among two literacy programs: Scholastic’s Assessment and Enrichment Program (AEP) and Independent Reading Program (IRP). Both literacy programs proved instrumental in producing significant improvements in the reading abilities of the students. The competition ran from February 2014 to April 2015.
As a tribute to teachers, librarians, principals and school administrators who ah e inspired students to become better readers and learners, The Readers Cup is a fitting tribute for their hard work, leadership and dedication to their profession.
The 2nd Readers Cup awards were given to the following educational institutions:
• OSJ – Sto. Rosario Academy,
• OSJ – Holy Family Academy,
• St. Thomas Academy,
• Dr. Yanga’s Colleges Inc.,
• St. Paul College, Balayan,
• Iloilo Scholastic Academy,
• OSJ – Saint Joseph Institute,
• Saint Mary’s Angels College of Valenzuela,
• OSJ – Saint James Academy,
• OSJ – Joseph Marello Institute,
• Sta. Teresa College,
• Notre Dame of Greater Manila,
• MGC New Life Academy and
• Falcon School.
“Our teachers, librarians, principals and school admistrators are doing a fine job at helping us raise a nation of readers, and we should all be grateful to them. The Scholastic Readers Cup is just one way of giving recognition to these noble educators. They are the real heroes in our quest for a more globally competitive Philippines. We hope to continue this tradition every year. By shining the spotlight on these individuals and institutions, we hope to inspire other educators to raise more and better readers and good learners too” says Fritzie Salem-Cruz, General Manager of Scholastic in the Philippines.
Scholastic is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of over 600 original titles annually. It was founded in 1920 as a single classroom magazine. Since then, Scholastic has since grown into a global organization serving tens of thousands of schools and tens of millions of homes in 165 countries and in 45 languages through its publishing and education arms.
For more info on Scholastic products and programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org, you may also contact (02) 944READ (7323) or visit http://scholastic.asia/en today.
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