Norton LifeLock, Symantec and Scholastic launch #CyberSmarts student magazine and teaching guide
By Casey Mindlin, Director of Partnerships at Scholastic
When you see the name Scholastic, you might think of a Book Fair, paging through a Scholastic classroom magazine, or reading Clifford the Big Red Dog®. At Scholastic, we see literacy as the key to learning and achievement and, in addition to publishing and selling books, we develop educational content for teachers.
On September 8, 2016, 100 students from Kipp Central City Primary, an elementary school in New Orleans, enjoyed a day of fun aboard the Carnival Triumph for the first-ever “Read & Rise” literacy day to celebrate their reading achievements as winners of the school’s summer reading challenge.
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Join us for a LIVE Twitter chat with the CVS Health Foundation and partner Scholastic to talk about the importance of tobacco-free living and how both organizations are working together to help the next generation #BeTheFirst tobacco-free generation.
Tuesday April 5, 2016 at 3:30pm EST
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T. Rowe Price sponsored a Money Confident Kids essay contest with Scholastic, in which kids grades five through eight were challenged to interview a parent or guardian. While the contest was open from August 17 through October 12, 2015, each student wrote a 200-250 word essay about a time their parent or guardian set and achieved a financial goal, connecting that story to financial concepts learned in class like saving and spending wisely.