Together with community partners, we shared a love of literacy and celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month earlier this week at the vibrant San Angelo READS! Fall Pop-Up Event. Thank you to our community partners who join us in our goal of inspiring a love of reading, and who helped to make the event fun and meaningful for our students, families and community!
San Angelo READS! News Stories
Join us for a free, family-friendly San Angelo READS! Fall Pop-Up Event this Tuesday, October 5th from 5-6:30pm outdoors at Reagan Elementary. The event is a celebration of literacy with fall fun including book giveaways, read-alouds, shaved ice snow cones from Bahama Buck’s (free for children), live skits by Central High School theater students, STEM activities, live music by Lake View High School Mariachi students, special guests like H-E-Buddy, 94.7 KIXY-FM live on-site and more!
As part of our literacy initiative San Angelo READS!, San Angelo ISD representatives have delivered books over the last 6 weeks of the summer break to deserving students through our Summer Book Patrol.
San Angelo ISD hosted our first ever San Angelo READS! Summer Book Patrol Pop-Up Event at Bradford Elementary on Wednesday, June 16, 2021. The morning was filled with summer fun including face painting, book giveaways, live read alouds by our very own SAISD staff, social-emotional activities, and opportunities for parents to register their students for the upcoming school year.
On Wednesday, June 9, 2021, as part of San Angelo ISD’s literacy initiative San Angelo READS!, District Administrators and Principals gathered books to give to nine deserving San Angelo ISD students through a fun, new program called the Summer Book Patrol. With the help of VividPop Balloons, the students received a bag of books, reading activities, snacks, and a beautiful bouquet of balloons to have as their own to encourage them to keep reading over the summer break and to foster a lifetime love for literacy.