Lafayette Charter School #1 15 May 13

The students of the Lafayette Charter School participated in the Minnesota Department of Education’s “Reading Rocks” program from November to the end of April this school year, and the Lafayette kids read for a total of 131,190 minutes, ranking them number 1 in the state. That amounts to more-than 1,000 hours spent reading per Lafayette Charter School student. A total of 93 schools across Minnesota logged over 1.2 million reading hours during the competition. All participating schools will be recognized at the upcoming Reading Rocks Awards Ceremony in St. Louis Park.