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Kid Scoop News Nebraska receives grant from NPA Foundation

 

September 23, 2021

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

Newspapers in education • (l-r): Alyx Lyons and Cohen Schindler, fifth grade students at Summerland Public School, chuckle about a puzzle in the September issue of Kid Scoop News. Bobcat third through fifth graders will receive a copy each month, through a partnership with the Advocate-Messenger and the Nebraska Press Association Foundation.

Summerland elementary students in grades three through five will be building literacy skills via the newspaper, thanks to a grant from the Nebraska Press Association Foundation.

The organization granted $10,000 to Kid Scoop News Nebraska, to support its mission to get kids to read more.

"As newspaper editors and publishers, we want to do everything we can to promote literacy. I believe the Kid Scoop News can be a great tool in the toolbox for elementary teachers. We appreciate the opportunity to get this fun and colorful publication in the hands of elementary students across the state," Neb...



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