Readorium Winners

December 2018

We are very proud to announce that Ms. Fine’s 6th grade class from Leonia Middle School in Leonia, New Jersey is the Readorium Gold Medal Class of the Month for December. Her class earned 100 gold medals. This is a wonderful achievement  because the students must answer higher order thinking questions correctly about substantive science text in order to earn each gold medal.

Readorium students from all over the U.S. competed for this award. This is a very significant achievement for Ms. Fine’s class, and we are very proud of her and her students.

Why we chose gold medals: Readorium’s highest prize is its gold medals. There are three higher-level comprehension questions for each chapter. If a student needs even one hint for any of these questions, they receive a silver medal for that chapter. We want to encourage students to read and re-read carefully and analytically so they get the answers right on the first try.

Please Remind All Students:

  1. There will be a gold medal class winners for the rest of this school year:
    • The January winner will be announced on Friday, Feb. 1
    • The February winner will be announced on Friday, March 1
    • The March winner will be announced on Monday, April 1
    • The April winner will be announced on Wednesday, May 1
    • The May-June winner will be announced on Monday, June 10
  2. There will be a trophy winner in each grade level for the student who earned the most Gold Medals for the entire school (Gold Medal Marathon Trophy). This will be announced on the week of June 10, 2018.

Good Luck to you all!

November 2018
We are very proud to announce that Mr. Perez’s 5th grade B from Park Avenue School in Orange is the Readorium Gold Medal Class of the Month for November. His class earned 255 gold medals. This is a wonderful achievement  because the students must answer higher order thinking questions correctly about substantive science text in order to earn each gold medal.
Readorium students from all over the U.S. competed for this award. This is a very significant achievement for Mr. Perez’s class, and we are very proud of him and his students.
Why we chose gold medals: Readorium’s highest prize is its gold medals. There are three higher-level comprehension questions for each chapter. If a student needs even one hint for any of these questions, they receive a silver medal for that chapter. We want to encourage students to read and re-read carefully and analytically so they get the answers right on the first try.
2018 National Winners
Trinity Lutheran Florida
Leonardo and Alejandro are so excited to receive the National Trophies

Ms. July accepts the Trophies for the students before the ceremony.
Readorium students from all over the U.S. competed for this award. This is a very significant achievement  for Mr. Clementelli class, and we are very proud of him and his students.
Why we chose gold medals: Readorium’s highest prize is its gold medals.  There are three higher-level comprehension questions for each chapter.  If a student needs even one hint for any of these questions, they receive a silver medal for that chapter.  We want to encourage students to read and re-read carefully and analytically so they get the answers right on the first try.
2016-2017 Marathon and Sprint Winners:
The Marathon winners are:
  • 3rd grade: Amare Moore from Cleveland Street School in Esak Crawley’s class
  • 4th grade: Javier Morales from Bronx 385 in Ira Knobler’s class
  • 5th grade: Jonnatan Mejia from Lincoln Avenue School in Yolanda Moses’ class
  • 6th grade: Nelvenson Cosmey from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 7th grade: Lindsley Chery from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 8th grade: Tyler Blasius from Acess4Kidz in Gwen Brantley’s class
The Sprint winners are:
  • 3rd grade: Amare Moore from Cleveland Street School in Esak Crawley’s class
  • 4th grade: Om Pahgdal from Radcliffe School in Jainine Gambaro’s class
  • 5th grade: Ashlyn Leung from Ridgewood Avenue School in Nicole King’s class
  • 6th grade: Tyler Bonneau from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 7th grade: Ednal Mathurin from Heywood Avenue School in Eric Clementelli’s class
  • 8th grade: Michael Saporito from John H. Walker Middle School in Michelle Guida’s class.