National Children's Book Week is an age-old tradition. Celebrated since 1919, it is devoted to spreading the word about children's literature and encouraging the love of reading. Annually, Liberty County Schools applaud books and reading by coming up with ideas to mark this special event.
Monday: May 5th
Kick Off to Reading: Wear your favorite sport jersey/shirt to kick off book week. Students will need to wear uniform shorts.
Tuesday: May 6th
Read’in Lock’in and Pajama Day: Students will enjoy a full day of reading!
Participating students will need to follow Children’s Book Week dress code for pajama day: same guidelines as shorts (must go to fingertips when arms are down); must wear undergarments and if wearing a nightshirt, student must wear shorts underneath.
Wednesday: May 7th
Camouflage Day: Don’t hide your love of reading day! Wear your camo to school! Classrooms will team up for reading buddies.
Thursday: May 8th
Book Character Parade – must have book that coordinates with character costume. Movie for classrooms that reach their points goal with a 85% accuracy for the week. (Goals will be given out on Monday.)
Friday: May 9th
Students that have met their AR goals for the 4th 9 weeks will enjoy a water day and cookout. Students will need to bring a change of clothes and a towel. In addition, students may bring snacks to enjoy while outside. This will also be a dress down day for participating students.