Hauppauge Public Schools
In Hauppauge, NY, LightSail is creating excitement around reading in the district’s three elementary schools and motivating students to read more than ever before. Learn from administrators, students, and teachers how LightSail is providing teachers with new insights and impacting students’ reading behavior and achievement.
Butterfield Trail Middle School
Teachers and administrators at Butterfield Trail Middle School in Van Buren, Arkansas, live out the school’s motto, “ignite a passion for learning,” in their classrooms each day. These educators are using LightSail to help their students to fall in love with reading – and it shows! Hundreds of students are logging in and reading an average of 25+ minutes every day.
Endeavor High School
This Texas high school has embraced LightSail to nurture a love of reading in its unique student population. Endeavor’s passionate teachers are finding new ways to integrate LightSail into curriculum, with texts that appeal to their students and interactive discussion tools to keep everyone engaged.
For Immediate Release: August 30, 2017 Ready, Set, Read! Students Head Back to School with Personalized Literacy Technology in the Classroom LightSail Education bolsters library with more diverse books on its digital literacy platform (NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 30, 2017) – As the 2017-18 school year begins, more students than ever will be using digital […]
Christian Reed is a 5th grade teacher at Figueroa Street Elementary in Los Angeles, California. He started piloting LightSail back in 2015 for use during the independent reading period. Over the course of the 2016-2017 school year, Reed’s class read for over 55,000 minutes and completed over 1,000 books. These students grew, on average, over […]
The Zanesville Times Recorder published a story on the collaboration between the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the Muskingum County Library System, Zanesville City Schools, and LightSail, to help accelerate literacy development among elementary students at John McIntire Elementary School. Through a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, the library was able to purchase iPads, […]