Six Flags Read to Succeed


Welcome to the Six Flags® Read to Succeed Six Hour Reading Club!

LAS is participating in an exciting program that encourages students in grades K through 6 to read for fun. Read to Succeed is a free program sponsored by Six Flags Theme Parks. Every student who completes six hours of recreational reading before the school’s deadline, February 26, is eligible for a free admission ticket valid at Six Flags Great Adventure . Students will develop a greater appreciation for books when they see that you think reading is important too. You are sure to have fun as you investigate the world of reading together!

Here’s what you need to know:

  •  Only students in grades K through 6 are eligible to participate.
  •  Review the attached reading log. Your child should use this sheet to record what and how long he/she reads
  •  Your child must complete 6 hours, or 360 minutes, of recreational reading.
  •  Please initial each entry and then sign the reading log to verify that the 6 hours of reading has been completed.
  •  Your child can read books, magazines, newspapers, or comic books (digital or hard copy). Reading for homework or a class assignment does NOT count
  •  Students can read silently, aloud, or with an adult—you can read to your child, or your child can read to you.
  •  Remind your child to return the reading log to his/her teacher by the date on the log. Your child’s school will submit your child’s information and minutes read.
  •  The ticket is valid for admission to one Six Flags theme park on select dates only during the 2019 season. Park name and valid dates will be printed on the tickets
  •  Tickets are valid for students in grades K-6 only and are not valid for anyone over the age of 13. No exceptions.
  •  Each ticket is valid for one free admission only.
  • Tickets are not for resale and are nontransferable.
  •  They cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or damaged.
  •  Late entries will NOT be accepted.

Happy Reading!

Completed logs must be returned to your teacher by February 26.  Please contact Tricia Pomponio, [email protected] with any questions.