Oaklawn Elementary participates in the Accelerated Reader program. Every six weeks, students in 1st-5th grade take an online reading test to determine their individual reading level. After the level is calculated, students know their reading level and are able to select books that are challenging but not frustrating to read. After they read a book, they are able to take an online comprehension test about the book. Each book has a point value and a student that scores a 100 on the test will receive the full points available for that book. Points are tracked for in Oaklawn's forest. Each class has a tree, marked with point. Each student has decorated an animal which will mark the student's progress. Points are monitored and markers are moved accordingly. There are baskets outside the library that books read in the Kinder and Pre-kinder classes. Students who meet their point goal at the end of each six weeks are able to participate in reward activities. There is also a super vine above the circulation for any student in the school that earns over 100 points. Come visit our beautiful library!
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