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KV Pattom ‘dropped everything and read (D. E. A. R. )’ on 1st Nov., 2014

 

The students and staff members of Kendiya Vidyalaya Pattom have dropped everything and read under the " Drop Everything And Read" (D. E. A. R.), campaign organized in connection with the National Library Week on 1st November 2014. The programme was undertaken by the School Reader’s Club.

This whole school reading programme was formally inaugurated in the school assembly by S. Ajayakumar, Principal. After reaching back to their respective classes and staff rooms, students and staff members were alerted by a bell which announced the starting of DEAR. In the following  20 minutes the entire school has become a big reading room. They were asked to drop all their routine work and dedicate the time for extra reading. They could read anybook besides their textbooks. The Readers’ club volunteers distributed compulsory reading material also. Each and every human inside the campus was only reading.

The DEAR campaign was conceived to instill reading habit among the students and staff members and make the whole school dedicated sometime for reading, keeping everything aside, said, S. L. Faisal, Librarian and coordinator of the programme.

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Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R.): The whole School Reading Challenge 2014

DEAR 2014

The Library at KV Pattom will  celebrate the National Library Week 2014 by making the whole school reading on 1st November 2014. The entire students and staff members of the school will devote themselves to read a book or anything of their interest by dropping all their routine works or activities during the fixed time period.

The activities will be photographed and the images will be published on the blog under the “caught reading” category.

Prizes will be presented to the readers in connection wit the programme.

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