Congratulations to Adrian Burgos, our Reading School District Spelling Bee champion. He is a sixth-grade student at Northwest Middle School. #RSDproud
OK, we know we're not the only ones coping with a case of cabin fever right now! Just for fun, send us a picture of your #RSDSnowDay activities + adventures. Include a bit of info about yourself and your pic. Inbox us on Facebook, tag us on cor e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll post photos as we receive them throughout the day. #RSDproud
A round of applause for Jessica Dejesus, who is the 1st graduate of the Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program at Reading High School. The program is designed for non-traditional, over-age or under-credited students between 17 and 19 who want to earn their RHS diploma.
In Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program, students work at their own pace with assistance and support from RHS teachers, a social worker and a school counselor. Students can finish their credits in three weeks or three months. In addition to working in the classroom, students can study coursework at home. Once students complete their required credits, they are recognized as a RHS graduate and can receive their diploma. They are also welcome to participate in the full RHS graduation ceremony in June. Classes are held from 1 p.m. to 6:25 p.m. Monday-Friday at RHS, and lunch is offered.
Jessica explained she slacked off in school and basically gave up after the death of her father and brother. She needed 1 history credit to graduate, and thanks to Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program, she completed it in three weeks. She was motivated to be an example for her classmates and her newborn daughter, Nayeli. “I had a goal, and I got it done,” Jessica says. “It’s a great feeling.”
Learn more about Red Knight Learning Academy Evening Program: http://bit.ly/1kSEbkF (or watch the video below). For more information or to enroll, contact Krystal Boyd at email@example.com.
WIDA Testing in Reading School District will be held from Monday, January 25 through Friday, March 4. Visit our website for more information: http://www.readingsd.org/Page/1597. If you have questions, contact the ESL Department at 610-370-8540 x60116 or x60117.
The Reading School District has entered into a partnership with Alvernia University to offer post-baccalaureate courses to earn an English as a Second Language Program Specialist credential. Alvernia is looking to launch this program in January 2016 with the start of the spring semester. Here are some of the details regarding the program:
The first step to take in order to get started is to complete the online application which can be found at the following link: https://alvernia.hobsonsradius.com/ssc/aform/G0708EG0708Ex6700kI68L.ssc. When completing the online application please add the following code in the discount code box to waive the $50 application fee: GRAD FEE WAIVER. (Please note that the code is case sensitive and will need to be written in all caps.) As part of our partnership, Alvernia will also waive your 3 letters of recommendation.
For more information about the ESL Program Specialist program at Alvernia, please visit their website at: http://www.alvernia.edu/academics/graduate/education/certs/esl_program_specialist/index.html
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Kelly Burr, Coordinator of Graduate Admissions and Student Services, at 610-796-8266. She is available to assist you through the entire registration process.
Please APPLY NOW! Classes are scheduled to start soon!
Videos are posted to our Red Knight TV YouTube Channel almost daily. Take a few minutes to visit and subscribe to the site, where you'll find fun videos that showcase the Reading School District, our students and our staff. It's a fun way to share what's happening in the district with you. Videos include our 60 Seconds game show, messages from Dr. Mumin, classroom activities, sport highlights, informational topics and our popular monthly Red Knight TV Show. You're guaranteed to find a video that makes you #RSDproud!
Save the Date: The RHS Cross Country team will host its 7th annual Frozen Knight 5K Run fundraiser at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20. Please support and share this great event! Who know? Maybe Elsa and Anna will stop by this year! Visit the event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1717260331820996/