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2023 Summer Reading Program “All Together Now” Promotes Inclusion, Enrichment, and Love of Reading for Students and Families
The New York State Education Department and New York State Library are partnering with 1,100 public libraries and neighborhood branches statewide to launch the annual Summer Reading at New York Libraries program, Commissioner Betty A. Rosa announced today. This year’s slogan, “All Together Now,” connects students of all ages through the theme of friendship, kindness, inclusion, and diversity. Public libraries across New York will host exciting activities and events throughout the summer with the goal of bringing children, families, and communities together for reading and enrichment programs. Activities for all age levels will include performances, craft programs, story times, workshops, author events, and more.
More can be learned in the NYSED official release.
New York State Education Department
2023 Summer Reading Program "All Together Now" Promotes Inclusion, Enrichment, and Love of Reading for Students and Families
At the Newburgh Free Library:
ATTENTION: Are your scholars or colleagues doing something great? Please contact the district Communications Team at email@example.com. We’d love to visit your class or event and/or post your pictures and recap to highlight the amazing accomplishments throughout our district!