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Q: Do I need to make a reservation for my Read 2 Ride ticket?
A: No, complimentary tickets do not require an online reservation. Only tickets that are purchased online require a reservation.
Q: How can I sign up for my school to participate in the program?
A: There’s no need to reapply for the program if your school participated last year, but for those that are new, head to our Sign Up page
Q: Who can participate?
A: Any child that is enrolled in Pre-K through 6th grade at any participating school is eligible.
Q: Can home schools participate in the Read 2 Ride program?
A: Absolutely! We have seen an increase in the number of students that are homeschooled this year, and you are more than welcome to sign up with your co-op of 15 or more.
Q: How do I know if I’m in the program this year?
A: You will receive an email confirmation welcoming you to the program at the beginning of December.
Q: Why do we have to provide a student name and grade for them to receive a ticket?
A: To prevent program abuse, which has been a concern in the past, each ticket will be personalized to the student who earned it. We will not be keeping student information for any other purpose other than ticket personalization.
Q: Who needs a login to the Read 2 Ride website?
A: Only coordinators and any participating teachers will need to access the Read 2 Ride website.
Q: What is the coordinator responsible for?
A: The coordinator will facilitate the Read 2 Ride program for their school and will be the main point of communication between Silverwood and the teachers. The coordinator will sign up their school with the program, answer any questions that teachers may have about the program, and assist the teacher with collecting and entering students into the dashboard. If there are any violations with the program, the coordinator will also be responsible for correcting the concern.
Q: What is the teacher responsible for?
A: The main duty of the teacher is to collect the paper reading logs when they complete the requirements. They will then enter the students’ name into the system to award them a ticket. Helpful hint: Please do not delete a child’s name in our system once they have been entered. When you delete their name in the program, you delete their ticket, and the email/printed ticket that you sent out won’t scan at the front gate.
Q: With the online system, when will students receive their reading tickets?
A: Once the coordinators/teachers enter their students into the program after MARCH 30TH, they will then be able to email/print out tickets to their students before the Silverwood season starts.
Q: How can I inspire my children to read?
A: Sitting down and going through our activity guide is a great start! While not mandatory, this guide helps to keep children excited and engaged in reading.
Q: When are Read 2 Ride tickets valid?
A: These tickets are valid any day during the 2023 Silverwood and Boulder Beach season with the exception of a few blackout dates. These dates include: 7/22, 7/29, 8/5, 8/12, 8/19, 9/2, and 9/3
Q: If my child doesn't use my Read 2 Ride tickets, can he/she use them the following year?
A: Unfortunately, Read 2 Ride tickets are only valid for the year that they are earned. Students in participating grades will be able to earn another ticket to visit Silverwood during the following school year.
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