CLARK, NJ - The Clark Public School District recently held a virtual Parent University session, “Summer Reading,” hosted by Carl H. Kumpf Teacher Cheri Fabrizzio. The session covers a variety of topics relevant to summer reading including its benefits, grade level requirements, and incentive programs.
Christine Casale Broski, Supervisor of Educational Initiatives stated, “As a district, we truly hope to foster a love of reading in our students. As we head into summer, we hope that parents find this presentation to be a valuable resource explaining the district’s summer reading requirements.”
To view the session, please click on the following link: Summer Reading Previous sessions can be found on the district’s website under Parent University. They can also be found on the district’s Facebook and Twitter pages. The virtual sessions are part of the district’s Parent University program, which included community education nights, parent teas, and two larger assembly-type programs.