By KRN Admin

August 16, 2016

Building Strong, Literate Children

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ” -Frederick Douglass Literacy is a strong component when it comes to predicting the success of students. The earlier we build that foundation, the better off the student will be in the long run. Studies show that the end of third grade and […]

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By KRN Admin

July 13, 2016

Read Like a Champion Today!

A few weeks ago, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished the NHL season with a Stanley Cup victory. A week after that, the Cleveland Cavaliers finished the NBA season by breaking a fifty-two year championship drought in Cleveland. Both teams did it in spectacular style, taking their respective series seven games and winning in the closing minutes […]

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By KRN Admin

July 13, 2016

Reading Self Selected Books Makes a Difference

Kids are constantly being told to read more, but what can we do to help them be more enthusiastic about it? We want kids to be able to pick up a book on their own and have it be enjoyable instead of feeling like a chore. These young learners need to have access to a […]

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By KRN Admin

July 13, 2016

Physical Activity Helps One Learn

There has been a lot of debate lately about the importance of physical education in school curriculums. Many schools have cut PE funding or the programs have taken a back seat to “teaching the test”. The focus on raising standardized test scores has negatively affected other areas of education. Important ones. Such as Physical Education […]

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By KRN Admin

June 23, 2016

WDTN reports on Kids Read Now

WDTN reports on the Kids Read Now summer reading program. (video no longer available)

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By KRN Admin

June 23, 2016

WHIO reports on Kids Read Now

WHIO reports on the Kids Read Now summer reading program (video no longer available)

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