Friday, May 13, 2016

Family Reading Night 2016

Pioneer's fifth annual Family Reading Night took place on Friday, April 22nd, 2016.  The theme was Make Time for Reading and all activities centered around reading, science, robotics, and other crafts.  Our special guest was the Buffalo Museum of Science.  The Museum staff provided many exciting hands-on activities for event attendees.

We had a great turnout for the event!  Hundreds of students and their families were in attendance.  We would like to extend a special thank you to the many volunteers who made this event possible.


Our district publicist, Mr. Skip Tillinghast, put together this great highlight video:



Here are some other memorable moments from Family Reading Night:

The first 150 families received a free Family Reading Night bag loaded with goodies!
Ms. Prorok greets a middle school family at the start of the event.  
Local businesses donated items for door prizes.

It was great to see Pioneer teachers and their families!

Electricity demonstration with the Buffalo Museum of Science.

Learning about circuits with the Buffalo Museum of Science.

Making goo was a big hit!
Middle school and high school students served as event volunteers.

The craft rooms were busy all evening long!

The Girls' Track Team did a great job coordinating the Book Swap.

The Book Swap provided free reading materials for families.

Although we will not be hosting a Family Reading Night event in 2017, we look forward to bringing this event back to Pioneer in 2018.  See you then!

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