Read To Succeed For Schools


Presented by Butternut and Julie Call 811!

The Chicago Wolves’ ‘Read to Succeed’ community initiative has been a successful library-based program since 1996, encouraging more than 650,000 students to make reading a fun and rewarding part of life. For the sixth straight year, we are pleased to offer the school program as well, presented by Butternut Bread and JULIE, Inc. With a little encouragement, kids can learn to see the fun in picking up a book.

Targeting students in kindergarten through eighth grade, the Read to Succeed program serves as a reward and inspiration for students to excel at existing or new reading programs at school. The Wolves supply posters and free reading logs to help support these reading programs as well. Students who complete their reading programs, as determined by their schools, receive a certificate for a complimentary ticket to a select 2018-19 Chicago Wolves home game.

Please fill out the form below if your school would like to participate in our FREE reading incentive program for the 2018-19 season:

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact 1-800-THE-WOLVES.

Butternut

Julie

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