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Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.
Robo – Junior Roberto Ramirez reads “Jangles’ A Big Fish Story” to Skyline Elementary fourth graders.

Smith-Cotton Football Players Read To Elementary Students

 

Smith-Cotton High School football players kicked off their Friday by reading to Sedalia 200 elementary students. Players read in groups and one-on-one with students at Washington, Heber Hunt, Horace Mann, Skyline and Parkview schools. The

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Missouri Senate Panel Considers Cuts To Reading Programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri Senate panel is proposing cuts to reading programs next fiscal year. The panel stripped funding for a supplemental reading program and the Bright Futures Program

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Boonslick Regional Library’s Programs Help Adults and Kids with Technology, Ancestry, and More [INTERVIEW]

One of the things we always stress to little ones is to read and keep reading.  And that's great, it's absolutely essential.  But the kids aren't the only ones who need to read.

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Boonslick Regional Library Focuses on OverDrive and Teen Readers [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library is growing and changing with the times.  They're adapting, and embracing technology to reach out to our young people and keep them reading. 

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GETTY IMAGES

Boonslick Regional Library in Cole Camp Entertains Kids of All Ages [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library will be holding several different activities and special reading programs for the kids heading back to school this fall.  

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The Magic of Reading Gets Sedalia Kids Learning [INTERVIEW]

Preschool through 12th graders are invited to sign up for “The Magic of Reading” with the Sedalia Public Library’s Winter Reading program. The program started January 21, but don't think that because it's started that you can't still join up. 

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Angela Day/Flickr

Sedalia Schools Keep Kids Reading this Summer [INTERVIEW]

In the summertime, parents and caretakers often encourage their young ones to get outside and play.  It is very important to keep them active and moving, but be sure to keep their minds active, too!  The Sedalia School districts are doing their Reading Camp right now, and if your child is enrolled, you can expect to hear a lot about reading this summer.

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