WHAT IS PROJECTLIT?
ProjectLit is a national literacy movement committed to empowering young readers and leaders by reading and discussing culturally relevant books and promoting a love of reading. A member of the national organization, Link Community Charter School's chapter was established in 2019 by three Link ELA teachers - Ms. Seegers, Mrs. Lelinho, and Ms. Alston, who continue to facilitate the club's enriching activities. The club meets monthly to discuss a specific book provided by the school. Meetings include book discussion and activities pertaining to the book's theme, plot, or setting.
HOW DO I JOIN PROJECTLIT?
Students: Click here to complete the electronic Student Interest Form.
WHEN DOES THE CLUB MEET?
ProjectLit will meet on the following Wednesdays between 4:15pm and 5:30 pm: 9/30/20 (Interest Meeting), 10/28/20, 11/25/20, 12/16/20, 1/13/21, 2/10/21, 3/10/21, 4/13/21, 5/12/21, and 6/2/21.
To start the 2020-2021 school year, the club will meet virtually via Zoom. The link to the meetings will be made available to those who join the club.
WHAT ARE MEMBERS CURRENTLY READING?
We are reading CLAP WHEN YOU LAND, BY ELIZABETH ACEVEDO. for our Octrober 28th meeting.
HOW DO I GET MY COPY OF THE BOOK?
On the Interest Form, you will be asked how you would like to receive your copy - either pick it up at school or have it mailed to you.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE BOOKS WE READ LAST YEAR:
SEE SOME PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR'S MEETINGS!