CLARK, NJ - Key Club Members from Arthur L. Johnson High School recorded remote reading sessions for preschool and elementary students to enjoy. According to Key Club Advisor Kelsey Anderson, “The Key Clubbers have been circulating ideas of ways to help others in our community. Francesca Luongo reached out about reading children's books virtually to our local elementary school students."
Anderson continued on to say, "One of the goals was to read children's books to assist parents with a daily story or even use it as a bedtime story. The Key Clubbers were happy to send positive thoughts and messages through books to children during this time. We hope to continue to grow our virtual library to bring families more stories and support.”
Those interested in sharing these prerecorded readings with their children will fin them on the school district's website. From the main page, click the "More" tab and then "Year-Round/Remote Learning" to see a list of numerous stories children can choose from.
Several members participated and books include One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish, Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See?, and Have You Filled a Bucket Today? among many others.