Registration for BookSpring's 2017 "Wild about Reading" Read-A-Thon
is NOW OPEN!
Register and Create an Online Profile page.
To accept on-line donations and/or be eligible to earn prizes, a reader must register and create an online profile. After registering, you will receive your ID number via email that MUST be written on your donation envelope.
Once the reader is registered, donations will be credited to that reader, their class, and their school.
The reader can share their individual fundraising page with family and friends.
Any online donation received by 11:59 pm, Sunday, February 19th will be counted toward prizes.
Donations will be accepted beyond the prize eligibility deadline.
When you register:
- Select your school's name in the drop-down menu.
- If your school IS NOT listed, select INDIVIDUAL in the drop-down menu and type in your school's name. Adults registering can leave the school field blank.
Individuals whose schools are not participating can still register, read, collect donations, and win prizes during the Read-A-Thon!
2017 Read-A-Thon Schools
Austin Peace Academy
Barton Creek Elementary
Bridge Point Elementary
Bryker Woods Elementary
Cedar Creek Elementary
Covington Middle School
The Girls' School of Austin
Gorzycki Middle School
Hill Country Middle School
Hyde Park Baptist Elementary
Kealing Middle School
Lamar Middle School
Murchison Middle School
O. Henry Middle School
Oak Hill Elementary
Oak Springs Elementary
School in the Hills - River Place
School in the Hills - Steiner Ranch
Small Middle School
St. Andrew's Episcopal
St. Elmo Elementary
Valley View Elementary
West Ridge Middle School
CLICK HERE to go to the BookSpring website for more information and answers
on how the Read-A-Thon works and who benefits.