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Henderson Middle School

Henderson Middle School is a Title I priority middle school. It is known for its commitment to academics, wide range of electives and activities, outstanding community partnerships, and dedicated staff.

Henderson has taken many steps to improve their literacy instruction. However, with over 90% of students qualifying for free or reduced lunch, it’s not surprising that many students read two to three levels below grade level. With continued focus and additional resources, they hope to continue to be “the Pride of the Northside!”

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The Pride of the Northside

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School or Library

Students Grades 6-8

Richmond, VA USA

Needs: 75 Magazines

Magazines Requested: Oprah, Ebony, Cobblestone, Highlights, Cricket, Calliope, OWL, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, National Geographic for Kids, Kids Discover, ASK, Ranger Rick, Zoobooks, Dig, Boys Life, teen magazines, and music related titles.

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    501(c)(3) charity
    Greensboro, AL
    Serving the following number of monthly readers by age:
    Young (5 – 8yrs): 50
    Youth (9-13yrs): 20
    Teens (13-19yrs): 50
    Parents (20-45yrs): 50
    Grandparents (45yrs +): 50
    Magazines Requested: Education or travel magazines

  • Loogootee Elementary

    School
    Loogootee, IN
    Serving male and female students from kindergarten to third grade.
    Needs: Enough magazines for 1-20 low level readers and 1-20 medium level readers from the months of August through June.

  • Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County

    501(c)(3) Charity
    40 individuals per month of both genders age 16 and older. Some children are immigrants
    Phoenix, AZ, USA
    Needs: 40 per month
    Magazines requested: any and all magazines.

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