In an effort to ensure every student went home with at least one book, G.C. Hartman’s BOGO "Dino-mite" Scholastic Book Fair featured a coin challenge to support this cause. Two weeks prior to the fair, elementary students collected coins, raising nearly $3,000!  Scholastic matches monetary donations from coin challenges with donations up to $1 million in books, distributing the books through organizations such as the Kids in Need Foundation, Reader to Reader, Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning
The All for Books Coin Challenge raised $2,708.33 with the funds being used to ensure that every student went home with at least one book. Assisting in the administrative duties of the challenge, including counting the coins, was the High School Library Club (below).
The theme of this year’s Book Fair was dinosaurs and included a kickoff assembly in which PA Dinosaurs and the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum educated students about these “kid-favorite” prehistoric reptiles!

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Applications for the SOCO Kids Coding Camp will be accepted through Monday, June 3rd. The summer camp is open to rising 2nd through 6th grade students and will be held July 9-11 and July 16-18 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM each day. Our coders will have an opportunity to build codes and create animations and games as well as program different kinds of robots and drones.Learn More

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