Students Using their Powers to Engage in Reading is a project to celebrate the power of reading. Marshall University’s College of Education and Professional Development (COEPD) and Marshall University’s PDS (Professional Development Schools) Partnership support literacy awareness at all ages, from preschool through adulthood. So on September 29, 2017 we will share the love of reading with our community. The day will be filled with reading to and with children of all ages, from 2 years old through adulthood.
On the evening of September 29, 2017, we asked parents to read to their child(ren) or to make note of a book their child(ren) is reading on that day that is not associated with schoolwork, and to let us know what book was read and any comment parents would like to share about the experience! Those students were then entered into a drawing for a prize valued at $100+ to be awarded on October 6, 2017!

Our 2017 SUPER DAY Home Challenge SuperReader is Laykin VonDuben, a third grader at Nichols Elementary School! Congratulations Laykin!


Please check out the slideshow below to view some of the pictures from last year’s event, or click on the link below to view all the pictures:

Click HERE for SUPER DAY 2017 Pictures