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HOW DOES IT WORK?
SCS is providing PreK through 3rd grade students with fun and engaging videos to master literacy at home. Beginning Nov. 15, students who watch the video content for at least 100 minutes a week* are eligible to receive weekly prizes! That's as simple as 20 minutes of content a night 5 days a week!
Parents, teachers, and principals have the opportunity to win $1,000 for encouraging student participation! Students can access the content through the desktop of their district-issued devices or online from any device on this SCS site beginning Nov. 15.
The program end date is Jan. 7 with a final showcase for program winners on Jan. 14!
* Only minutes logged after 2:30 p.m. and before 8:30 a.m. on school days and anytime on weekends or holidays count toward the incentive program.
Please contact the SCS help desk at 901-416-5300 if you have issues logging into the platform.
We want to see you in action! Post pictures and videos of you engaging with the Rock ‘N Learn platform. Tag @ShelbyCountySchools (Facebook), @scsk12unified (Twitter and Instagram) and include the hashtag #literacyathome.
IF YOU PARTICIPATE, YOU COULD WIN!
Students who have watched at least 100 minutes of content will be entered into a weekly drawing for a prize and highlighted on 88.5 and SCS social media platforms. Prizes will be awarded to one student per grade level.
Families: At the end of the challenge, one student per grade level who has watched at least 500 minutes of content will be randomly selected to receive a prize worth at least $100. The primary custodial parent of each student winner will receive a $1,000 cash award.
Teachers who have at least 60% of their student population to participate in the program will be entered into a drawing for a $1,000 cash award. Prizes will be awarded to one teacher per grade level at the end of the challenge.
Principals who have at least 60% of their student population to participate in the program will be entered into a drawing for a $1,000 cash award. Prizes will be awarded to one principal per grade level at the end of the challenge.