Bluebird Summer encourages students to keep learning

Highlands High School is partnering with the Campbell County Public Library to combat summer learning loss with Bluebird Summer.

Highlands students are encouraged to expand their horizons by taking the time to create, build, connect, inspire, read, write or perform. Lucky for them, the Library is here to help with our wonderful teen summer reading program and a large collection of books to keep them reading all summer long.

Highlands students can win prizes each week by telling the world what educational activities they’ve been up to by tagging @HighlandsLMC or Instagramming with the hashtag, #bluebirdsummer.

“We have many donations from local businesses, sports teams, entertainment, eateries, Bluebird merchandise and some of the hottest new teen books,” said Jason Gay, Highlands High School library media specialist.  “Our ultimate goal is to foster a mindset of lifelong learning beyond the classroom.”

The prizes don’t have to end there. Students from all schools are encouraged to join the Library’s summer reading program where there are even more awesome prizes up for grabs.

If you are a Highlands High student and Instagram ain’t your thing, you can also enter via this Google Form.

Summer Reading 2016