NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – United States Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro congratulated elementary students on Saturday for completing a reading program.Congresswoman DeLauro when to North Haven High School to congratulate elementary school students who completed the Rosa’s Readers Program. The program was established by the congresswoman in 2000 and it encourages students to read outside of school.”When we started Rosa’s Readers 18 years ago, we had one simple goal-to share with young students our love of reading,” said DeLauro. “Today, thousands of students have joined the program, and some of the earliest participants are now in college.” Students who take part in the program are challenged to read at least 20 books outside of school through the academic year. DeLauro says most of them read more.”Encouraging children to read takes a village, and the success of this program each year would not be possible without the parents, teachers, and volunteers who spend countless hours working with these students,” said Delauro. ”Reading has a tremendous effect in the lives of our children and it is my hope that this program will continue to have a meaningful impact for many years to come.”The program is opened to elementary schools in DeLauro’s district, Connecticut’s third congressional district.
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