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Introducing the Perfect PARP Reading School Assembly for Arizona Schools

Finally…a School Assembly Program that Reinforces Arizona’s Anchor Standards

How is your school celebrating PARP? Short for Pick A Reading Partner, it’s a nationwide school reading incentive going back to 1978.

And it’s more important than ever before. Because of the ‘summer slide,’ kids are slipping academically each year. And only 48% of parents even know about it.

Fortunately, there’s an easy way to get your students excited about reading. It’s called “Superhero Reading,” and it’s a fun elementary school assembly program on reading.

But it’s not just any reading assembly. This one aligns perfectly with what your school teaches your children.

This PARP School Assembly Perfectly Reinforces Arizona’s Anchor Stands. Here’s How…

My “Superhero Reading” assembly is the exact opposite of what most school assembly presenters do. Many sit down with their magic tricks and a collection of books. They decide which magic trick best illustrates a given book.

Soon, they have a reading school assembly. These programs, when done well, work. But there’s a problem with such programs.

They don’t align with what Arizona schools are teaching their students. The result? Your kids get mixed messages. They become confused, and the whole experience becomes muddled.

That’s why I took the harder path.

I painstakingly crafted a program from the beginning designed to reinforce and reference Arizona’s English Language Standards.

“Superhero Reading” focuses on Arizona Anchor Standards, including:

  • Understanding Details and Key Ideas – Students are encouraged to find the central idea in a story and read carefully.
  • Craft and Structure – Students must interpret what they’ve read
  • Integration of Ideas and Knowledge – Can students analyze the structure of a written piece? What about logic and content?

Your students will love “Superhero Reading.” Packed with jaw-dropping magic, it’s guaranteed to captivate students from start to finish.

And the show reinforces what students are learning in class. It’s a win-win!

The “Superhero Reading” Assembly Focuses on Important Reading Messages

In “Superhero Reading,” the main hook is superheroes. Kids of all ages love superheroes and they’ve never been more popular than now! Your students will eagerly pay attention to the fun magic, goofy kid-friendly humor, and interactive fun.

But without the important messages, an assembly program is like a Twinkie – all fun, no ‘nutrition!’

Fortunately, “Superhero Reading” has plenty of great content, including:

  • Reading is Fun 
  • Benefits of Reading 
  • Types of Reading 
  • Reading is Everywhere 
  • Reading can Make You a Superhero 

Remember, Arizona’s reading standards for literature and informational text concepts are woven throughout the entire assembly. Even with an emphasis on education, there’s still plenty of time for fun in “Superhero Reading.”

 7 Keys to School Assembly Success with “Superhero Reading”

When you assemble hundreds of children in one place, things can get out of hand quickly! That’s why I use a wide variety of different presentational ‘tools’ to ensure your kids stay interested and under control.

Check this out:

  1. Amazing Magic – Everyone loves magic! With a constant flow of incredible effects, your students will stay glued to the assembly. They won’t want to miss out on the fun!
  2. Interactive Fun – As any educator knows, you learn more when you’re having fun! Kids love to help out during the show, meaning they’re even more captivated by the assembly’s content!
  3. Beautiful Set Design – Check out some of the pictures on this webpage. I bring banners and a large colorful backdrop with me. Each is themed to the show and its messages. And the set design focused attention effectively!
  4. Fast Moving Fun – To hold the attention of so many children, I keep things moving. No worry about Ferris Bueller’s teacher during this show, guaranteed!
  5. Loads of Laughs – Kids love to laugh! I keep the kid-friendly flying fast and furious. Your teachers will laugh just as much as the students!
  6. Onstage Help – Involving the audience is one thing. But I ramp up the fun by getting several students to help out on stage throughout the show. Kids love volunteering so it’s one more way to keep them focused on me and the program.
  7. Easy to Hear – Yes, “Superhero Reading” includes plenty to see. But the best programs involve multiple senses. I bring my own state-of-the-art sound system so everyone can hear me. And I accent the program with music, sound effects, and more!

With this variety of presentational tools, I guarantee “Superhero Reading” will be the assembly hit of your entire school year. But in case you still have doubts, let me ease your concerns…

You are Completely Protected by My “100% Money Back Guarantee”

I understand your concerns. I’m not famous. You probably have never heard of me. And your classroom time is valuable. You can’t afford to waste time in school on an assembly that’s all fluff and zero content. That’s why my guarantee is so strong.

Here it is:

If for any reason you feel I failed to live up to my promise of the value of “Superhero Reading,” you don’t have to pay me. If you don’t think the program was worth it, your investment is zero. It’s as simple as that.

Let’s Get Started…

Are you meeting with a committee to discuss your school assembly needs? I’d love to get information to you. Simply fill out the Contact Form on this page. I’ll get “Superhero Reading” information to you in a flash. And just for responding, I’ll even send you a copy of my report, “5 Simple Ways to Manage Stress for Students, Parents, and Faculty in Schools.”

Want to speak to me directly? Just call (480) 319-7863. But I have to warn you…my schedule often fills up weeks or even months in advance, especially for high-demand times like PARP. Contact me TODAY, while it’s on your mind, to avoid disappointment.

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We loved having Graham visit our school with his SuperHero Reading Show to help us kickoff our Read-a-thon! His show was fun and engaging for all the students Preschool – Sixth Grade. His pricing is also great compared to other options in the valley. We look forward to inviting him back in the future!

Kjersten Dewey

PTSA President , Las Brisas Elementary

I had the opportunity to watch a portion of the show and found your personality and content to be very engaging with the students and on-point with your alignment to our educational standards. It was wonderful to see your performance and the connections you made with our students.” 

Kellie Duguid

Assistant Superintendent, Avondale School District

Awesome Assemblies brought a unique interactive experience that engaged our students as well as our families. Participants were able to actively participate in the show that proved to be the highlight of the evening. We have many pictures of smiling, laughing faces who were genuinely loving the show! We are looking forward to having Awesome Assemblies for future events.

Angie Smith

Federal Programs Coordinator, Laveen School District

Our students LOVED this assembly and we cannot wait to bring it back for next year! Graham was great to work with. I will definitely be recommending him to other BASIS Schools.

Jessicah Avina

Operations Manager , BASIS Scottsdale Promary-West

Had a BLAST with the Wonder from Down Under at Pina Butte Elementary in Maricopa! Best last day of school treat ever! So much better than a movie.

Shelly Fisher

Teacher, Pima Butte Elmentary

Graham connected with these young people immediately, he charmed them and wow’d them. I heard one of the third graders exclaim with her hands in the air, “How is this possible??”

Amy Schaumburg

School Improvement Specialist, Mesa School District

Incredibly entertaining! The students were absolutely engaged and involved the entire time! He has an amazing gift of relating to the children and incorporating self esteem and positive attitude “lessons” as well!

Kristin Skiles

Teacher , Imagine Schools