USPBL Reading Program
What is the USPBL Reading Program?
The USPBL and their four mascots, Lancelot, Ribbi, Woolly, and Buzz, are gearing up for another fun year of the USPBL Reading Program. This is a free, incentive driven reading program designed to encourage students to read more. The objective for each student is to “hit a home run” by meeting certain goals or requirements during the month of March. Educators will work with students to set the requirements and goals according to their reading level.
The USPBL Reading Program is a fun and way to encourage reading development in students. Every student that “hits a home run” receives a free ticket to attend a 2020 baseball game at Jimmy John’s Field, where they will be honored on the field with all of the students who completed the reading program. In addition, educators receive a free ticket for assisting with the program, and family members of students are offered discounted ticket options.
When Can We Start?
The USPBL Reading Program will kick off on the first day of National Reading Month – March 1st and conclude March 31st! Follow the four simple steps below and you will be ready to begin this awesome incentive based reading program!
Teachers, please follow these steps:
- Enroll in the program by using the submission form below.
- Set reading requirements based on classroom skill level.
- Track student progress during National Reading Month.
- Distribute ticket instructions and enjoy using your complimentary ticket!
Questions? Contact Community Relations Coordinator Heather Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-266-8264.