The Tri-District Battle of the Books is part of the America’s Battle of the Books program, a national reading incentive program for elementary students in 3rd thru high school seniors.
Students read books and come together in groups to demonstrate and test their knowledge of the books they have read.
The structure, format, and rules of the competitions may vary depending on the educational goals, student needs, local resources, and personal preferences at the various school sites.
Interested in Reading & Competitive, Academic Fun? Look for your schools Battle of the Books program.
JHS Librarian Barbara Stolzenburg [Follow on Twitter: @Readr4Life] tweet from the event and thankful for the support from the Everett School District and Associate Superintendent Dr. Joyce Stewart
- Everett School District’s Jackson High School Library: UPDATE: 2017 Battle of the Books information (starts October 4th, 2017)
- America’s Battle of the Books (ABB)
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Dr. Joyce Stewart Associate Superintendent of Everett Public Schools Earns Leadership Award
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