Central A&M Middle School is dedicated to creating life long readers. To achieve this goal, we have a reading incentive program linked to the Renaissance Accelerated Reader program. These programs are open to all students at the Middle School and is one that all can experience success.
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During each quarter students are recognized for achieving mid-term and final grading period goals. Prizes are bought in the library store. This year's incentive program is described below.
Each week those students who have scored 100% on AR tests will have their names put in a hat and then on Friday of each week a drawing with six to ten names pulled Those students will receive prize.
Everyone who meets mid-term goals will receive a voucher to purchase candy/school items.
Everyone who meets their Accelerated Reader Goals quarterly will receive
|A breakfast party (Doughnut and drink)|
|Coupons to purchase items from the library store|
|Certificate or some type of recognition – bookmarks, etc.|
|Hall of fame picture posted in prominent spot in school.|
THOSE WHO EXCEED THEIR QUARTERLY GOAL BY 50% will have their name entered into a drawing. At each grade level, a student name will be drawn. For each additional time the student has exceeded above and beyond by 50%, their name will be included additional times. The winning name will receive a $25.00 gift card from Wal-Mart.
Everyone who meets their Accelerated Reader Goals all four quarters
|Recognition on Awards Night|
The top reader of the year in each class (based on most points) will receive a trophy at awards night.
The top reader for the entire school will have his/her name placed on the perpetual plaque in the school library.
Those who read all 20 (twenty) Rebecca Caudill Books will receive a trophy.
Stellar Readers of 2008-2009
|6th Grade||Josh H.|
|7th Grade||Sidney L.|
|8th Grade||Jordan V.|
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Contact Ken Hawley, Media Specialist by e-mail
|Media Home Page||Middle School Home Page||CAM Dist 21|
This page last revised on: 12/05/12