Teen Read Week (TRW) is an adolescent reading initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA) which is being adopted by school libraries worldwide. It began in 1998 and is being celebrated every October to encourage teens to spend time reading for pleasure. Amidst technological distractions, it is critical to remind our students the importance of reading as the key to lifelong learning skills.

Dare-to-Wear 2019

This activity invites students to dress up in their chosen book character costume given the following guidelines:

  1. Each class should send at least 1 (max. of 10) participant/s to represent book character/s during the event. The entire class is encouraged to help out in the preparation.
  2. Characters should not be violent, scary, or obscene, and may not in any way offensive.
  3. Cross-dressing is not allowed.
  4. Weapons and props must be harmless. Students may carry them around during the Opening Program.
  5. Students may change to their appropriate school uniform (especially if the costume is uncomfortable) during recess time.
  6. 1 winner will be chosen for each cluster given the following criteria.
    • 40% - Craftsmanship
    • 30% - Impact
    • 30% - Accuracy


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