Diamond Elementary School to Implement School-Wide ClickN READ Curriculum

• September 1, 2004 • Comments (0)

Aguora Hills, CA (September 01, 2004) – ClickN’ KIDS announces today that Diamond Elementary School in Diamond, Missouri is the site of the first school-wide implementation of ClickN’ KIDS flagship online beginning reading program, ClickN’ READ.

More than 200 elementary students will use ClickN’ READ, which offers 100 comprehensive, fully-animated lessons online that are designed to bring students to a third-grade reading level. Diamond Elementary will use ClickN’ READ, which offers several special features designed to aid teachers, including a class control panel that allows each teacher to set up multiple class profiles and automatic tracking reports that can be used to compare the progress of individual students and whole classes.

Located in southwest Missouri, Diamond Elementary School is home to approximately 340 students in grades kindergarten through fourth. Diamond Elementary will use ClickN’ READ in each of its kindergarten through third grade classrooms throughout the school year.

ClickN’ READ curriculum is designed by University of Nebraska Professor J. Ron Nelson, and debuted in June 2004. For more information, visit the ClickN’KIDS Web site at www.clicknkids.com or call 877-254-2522.

About ClickN’ KIDS

ClickN’ KIDS, a manufacturer of online educational programs, is headquartered in Agoura Hills, CA. For more information on ClickN’ KIDS, visit www.clicknkids.com.

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