Read Today Summer Reading Challenge update

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SALT LAKE CITY -- We have two schools on the move, where a lot of students have signed up and are logging their minutes in the Read Today Summer Reading Challenge.

The schools are Midvale Elementary School, in the Canyons District, and James A. Madison Elementary School, in the Ogden School District.

Read Today Summer Reading Challenge update

We students logging minutes in every school district in Utah except Piute, Grand and Tintic districts. Come on, students, we want you to represent your schools across the state!

Our super readers this week are Emily, from Monroe Elementary School in the Granite District, and Melinda, from Riverton Elementary School in the Jordan District.

Emily is reading "Little Women" and usually reads several books at once.

Melinda is reading "Children of the Lamp: The Blue Djinn of Babylon."

Our next reward comes courtesy of Boondocks. The next 300 kids to read 300 minutes, starting Tuesday, July 13, get a free pass for laser tag or miniature golf at Boondocks.

If you haven't already signed your kids up for our Summer Reading Challenge, CLICK HERE to do so.

Also, you can now find Read Today on Facebook. Check it out and tell us what you're reading.


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