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From the Director -- June 2018

School is ending soon but that doesn't mean that reading should stop. Reading during the summer is fun, plus teachers and literacy experts agree that reading throughout the summer helps students retain skills learned during the school year. Reading during the summer has been proven to help curb summer "learning loss" so that children and teens can return to school in the fall ready to pick up where they left off academically. The summer reading kick-off is scheduled for Saturday, June 9th. This year's theme is "Libraries Rock" with programs, activities and PRIZES planned for children from 6 months to teens. The Youth Services Department has great things planned from puppet shows, instrument-making and an after-hours open mic night for teens. Sign up to track your reading at http://summitlibrary.readsquared.com/