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Can Your Students Win ReadTheory’s Global Competition?

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Will you and your students be ReadTheory’s first-ever Worldwide Back To School Champions?

During the week of 10/11, classes from around the world will compete to see who will be crowned Worldwide Back To School Champions! Have your classes work to earn as many Knowledge Points as they can that week and you can win one of our great prizes!

How to Enter:

After 12:01 AM EDT on 10/11  log in to your ReadTheory account and navigate to the “Activities” page.

Once there, select “Back to School Competition” and choose the students/classes you’d like to have participate.

That’s it!

Your students just need to start reading and answering questions to move up the leader-board! You can check your standings throughout the week on the Leaderboard page within your account.

Want to read some legal mumbo-jumbo about the competition rules? Keep reading!

Terms and conditions of the competition organized by ReadTheory.org for the week of 10/11/21 – 10/17/21

Contest Organizer: The promoter and organizer of the give-away is ReadTheory.org. The way to contact the organizer is via email at support@readtheory.org

Mechanics: Participants will need to “opt-in” by creating an activity for their students within their teacher account for ReadTheory.org.

Established Periods: Points can be earned by students within the entire period of the competition beginning at 12:01AM EDT 10/11/21 and running until 11:59PM EDT on 10/17/21. Winners will be announced at 12:00 PM EDT the following day, 10/18/21.

Prize: The prize consists of a gift card of $150 USD for the grand prize winner and a giftcard of $40 USD for those in 2nd-10th place.

ReadTheory.org reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of this contest as it sees fit. Competition entries not valid where prohibited by law.

Written by Sean Mournighan,

24 replies on “Can Your Students Win ReadTheory’s Global Competition?”

Dana Franz says:

Good Morning Sean~ I do not see an option for the “Back to School Competition” in the Activities section. Maybe this will show on the 11th? I did however set my class up for weekly reading goals. I LOVE this new feature!!
Thank you!

Stacy D says:

Hi! I hope you were able to locate it. If you navigate to your “Activities” page, you would click on “Start New Activity”. Good luck!

Tr Zakeyah ALJahdali says:

We will do it ….Nothing impossible ….. We born winners….

Tr Zakeyah ALJahdali says:

Discover your power……Why not you …

Kylie Gallagher says:

Sounds great! Is the competition open to school’s outside the U.S?

Kylie Gallagher says:

Please disregard my previous question – obviously it’s open to outside U.S being a “global” competition.

Stacy D says:

You got it!

Eunchan says:

Is it only for schools?

Stacy D says:

For anyone that would like to engage!

Satender Kumar says:

Very nice

Gary Wells says:

A question regarding the competition, My students were asking
Students are competing as a class or alone and the prize is for the class?
$150 for the winning class to share?

Stacy D says:

Yes, you are competing as a class and the prize will be awarded to the class as a whole.

Gabrielle Freeman says:

How do I see the Leadership Board for the competition?

Stacy D says:

Navigate to your “Activities” page and you will see where your class ranks among everyone competing!

Ryan says:

Mrs. Moodys Garrett class is going to win.

Stacy D says:

I’ll be cheering you on!

Sarah Conover says:

My students are LOVING this competition and so engaged with their reading on read theory! Is there a way to know where the participants are located? I would love to share with my students in social studies the different place around the world that we are reading with!

Stacy D says:

Hi! Right now you can only view your individual class’ ranking, but I will pass this along to our tech team, sounds like something fun to put in place for the future!

Samuel says:

Is the grand prize for the individual student or the whole class? If it’s for the whole class, will the money have to be split up?

Stacy D says:

The prizes will be awarded to the whole class. The teacher will decide how to split up or spend the money.

I can not find back to school Activity to join

Stacy D says:

Please visit ReadTheory.com to sign up!

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