Rochester City School District
Media Advisory
February 3, 2020
Editor Contact:
Carlos Garcia
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Superintendent to Participate in World Read Aloud Day at School No. 33

Terry Dade will read to students and meet staff members
Terry Dade, Superintendent of Schools
Mitch Gruber, Rochester City Council
La'Ron Singletary, Rochester Chief of Police
Adam Bello, Monroe County Executive
Sandra Doorley, Monroe County District Attorney
Todd Baxter, Monroe County Sheriff
Elaine Spaull, Center for Youth Executive Director
Maureen McGuire, WROC News 8
Stacey Pensgen, News 10 NBC
School No. 33 students, staff, and parents
8th World Read Aloud Day at John James Audubon School No. 33
Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 9:00 a.m.  
Reading in classrooms begins at 9:30 a.m.
John James Audubon School No. 33
500 Webster Avenue
Wednesday morning, dozens of well-known leaders, officials, and members of the community will gather at School No. 33 to participate in World Read Aloud Day. Volunteers include Superintendent Terry Dade, City Councilman Mitch Gruber, Police Chief La'Ron Singletary, Monroe County Executive Adam Bello, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, Sheriff Todd Baxter, Maureen McGuire of News 8, and Stacey Pensgen of News 10 NBC.

The global celebration is designed to promote literacy and the awareness that everyone has an inherent right to learn to read.

The District's Communications team will stream the event live, making it possible for students living throughout the world to view the activities taking place at School No. 33. The event will also be recorded and offered on demand on the District's You Tube page.

World Read Aloud Day will be celebrated globally by students, their schools, and proponents of literacy in more than 100 countries.

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