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Read to the Final Four

Read to the Final Four is designed to leave a lasting impact and legacy on the students of Tampa Bay, the NCAA and Tampa Bay Sports Commission have partnered with Hillsborough County Schools to engage, inspire and incentivize elementary students' love of reading. Read to the Final Four will challenge local elementary students of all ages in a series of two-week challenges that culminate in a month-long March Madness Challenge for third graders. The competition conculdes in April during the Women's Final Four and the top "Final Four" schools from Hillsborough County will win a field trip to Tourney Town where they will be recognized in a special award ceremony.

Challenge dates, winners and other details can be found at readonmyon.com

Read to the Final Four Literacy Challenge Third Grade "March Madness" Winners

Area 1
West Tampa

Ballast Point
Mabry
Tampa Bay Blvd.

Area 2
Morgan Woods
Cannella
McKitrick       
Northwest

 

Area 3
Chiles
Claywell
Tampa Palms

Riverhills

Area 4
Lomax

Schmidt
Oak Grove
Mendenhall

 

Area 5
Stowers

Collins
Nelson
Lithia Springs

 

Area 6
McDonald
Just
Folsom
Mango

 

Read to the Final Four Challenge Launch

Hillsborough County Schools Media Specialists helped launch the program initiative at the USF vs. Oklahoma women's basketball game.

Help Turn the Page in Tampa Bay's Legacy Story!

Do you want to make an impact on young readers in our community? Using the power of the Scholastic Story Online and through the partnership with NCAA Team Works®, we are providing an easy way for you to put books in the hands of children who need them the most. 

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