Rogersville City School. Madeline Webb, 5th Grade, cuts the ribbon on Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine.

What’s the latest buzz at Rogersville City School? It’s an incredible addition that’s got students buzzing with excitement. Please give a warm welcome to Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. This fantastic new addition is all about promoting literacy. Students and teachers say it’s making reading a blast.

A Vending Machine for Books? Yes, Please!

Imagine it. While strolling through the school library, you spot a shiny, high-tech vending machine! It’s like something out of a sci-fi movie, right? At Rogersville City School, this futuristic fantasy is a reality!

A World of Reading Adventures at Your Fingertips

The primary goal of this state-of-the-art machine is to ignite a lifelong love for reading in students. Whether you’re a budding astronaut or a detective-in-training, a book is waiting for you. With just a press of a button, you can embark on thrilling adventures. Explore new worlds. And let your imagination run wild.

Madeline Webb Cuts the Ribbon in Style!

To mark the unveiling of Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine, Rogersville City School pulled out all the stops. At a ribbon-cutting event, the honor of cutting the ribbon went to Madeline Webb. Webb is a fifth-grader who exceeded the school-wide Reading Counts goal.

Madeline exclaimed, “I think the book vending machine is really cool and fun. It makes me feel excited to get more Reading Counts points. I also thought it was fun to be the first student to use it and get to cut the ribbon. I think a lot of kids will love it like I do.”

Reading Goals = Gold Coins

Here’s the cherry on top – the books from the machine are absolutely free! Students get to keep them. To earn a golden token to Book Paradise, students need to surpass their reading goals on the Reading Counts program. But wait, there’s more! Teachers will also be handing out gold coins for good behavior and citizenship.

A Community Effort

It’s not just about the school. It’s about the whole community coming together to support this literary endeavor. The RCS Academic Booster Club parent organization kick-started the book-buying initiative. Soon, other generous donors pitched in to support the library and reading programs.

So, if you happen to be in the Rogersville area, make sure to swing by the RCS library on October 28th. Take the 100-year celebration building tour and witness the magic of Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine for yourself. It’s a literary adventure waiting to happen! 📚✨

We’re thrilled to play our part in a bigger mission, promoting literacy for all students. This program is just one way we’re helping kids get ready for the future. If you think Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine would be the perfect way to cultivate a culture of reading for your school, contact us. We’d love to hear from you.

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