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  • Summer Reading and Learning Opportunities

     

    Greeting MP Students and Families,

    There are many amazing summer reading and learning programs in Shoreline and Seattle. And they’re free!

     The list below includes descriptions of some of them.

     

    King County Library System (www.kcls.org)

    ~This year’s theme is “Build a Better World”.

    ~There are also STEM and reading activities at many of the branches throughout the summer. Visit their website to learn more.

    ~There are fun prizes, too!

    ~KCLS also has a summer reading program for middle school students.

    ~Make sure your child has a KCLS library card.

    ~Click here to download the form: Build a Better World Log.

     

    Seattle Public Library (www.spl.org)

    ~SPL is sponsoring “Blast off to Space” for its summer of learning.

    ~Activities include reading, writing, math, and more.

    ~Click here to download the  “Blast off to Space” form: Seattle Public Library's Blast Off to Reading.

     

    Seattle Children’s Theater (www.sct.org)

    ~SCT is sponsoring the “Page to Stage Summer Reading Challenge”.

    ~Prizes include tickets to plays and swag bags.

    ~Click here to download the form: Page to Stage Summer Reading.

     

    Third Place Books (www.thirdplacebooks.com)

    ~Third Place Books is sponsoring a summer reading challenge.

    ~Readers fill out passports by reading books.

    ~Prizes include tasty treats and book coupons.

     ~Click here to download the passport: Third Place Books Summer Reading Passport, K-3 or Third Place Summer Reading Passport, 4 - 8.

     

    Seattle Arts and Lectures (www.lectures.org)

    ~In partnership with Seattle Public Library, Seattle Arts & Lectures is sponsoring Summer Book Bingo 2017.

    ~Click here to download the form: Kids' Summer Book Bingo.

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  • Meridian Park Elementary, located in the west central core of the Shoreline School District, has an enrollment of approximately 550 students in grades K-6.

    The mission of the school is to provide the best possible learning environment for children, one that is emotionally and physically safe. This environment is also one in which students, staff and families collaborate to promote an appreciation of diversity, positive interdependence and intellectual curiosity, high individual social and academic expectations and a passion for life.

    The school includes a special education program as well as classes for highly capable students.

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