Join Read Better Be Better (RBBB) and SOSAZ (Save Our Schools AZ) for a free community screening of Backpack Full of Cash, a documentary about the growing trend of privatizing public education in the United States. "Matt Damon narrates this timely warning about America's public schools, which have fallen into a growing, greedy, and under-regulated system of privatization that is having a devastating impact on our children (IMDB)." The screening will be "movies in the park" style with no formal seating. Beverages and popcorn will be provided by RBBB. Space is limited so RSVP for the event on Eventbrite.Connect us with a new team member and get $50 to Postino Wine Cafe! Be Excellent, Be Kind. That's the RBBB motto!

All Posts Tagged "whittier elementary"

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    Arizona Community Shows Overwhelming Support for RBBB at Cibo Event

    In just two short years, Read Better Be Better has accumulated a passionate community of supporters who believe strongly in the need to solve Arizona’s literacy crisis. This was overwhelmingly (and happily!) evident at RBBB’s latest event, a fundraising dinner sponsored by the Helios Education Foundation at Cibo Urban Pizzeria in downtown Phoenix. The dinner […]

    October 8, 2016

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    Third Grader #BeingBetter

    Deb Woodrum, a third grade teacher at Whittier School in Phoenix Elementary School District #1 asked her students to write about how they would spend $100, or who they would raise money for. Here is one of the answers she received: “I will raise money for Read Better Be Better. First, I want to buy […]

    May 11, 2016

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    RBBB Student Being Better!

    “I wish this program went until 7pm!” ~ Nathan from Whittier … Us too Nathan! Thanks for wanting to ‪#‎BeBetter‬! Please share!

    February 9, 2016

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    Student Spotlight: Roberto “Tito” Lemus

    Roberto “Tito” Lemus is an 8th grade student attending Whittier Elementary School. Last semester he was a Reading Leader for Read Better Be Better. We got a little sneak-peak on what Tito hopes to do in the future! When he was in the program, what Tito enjoyed most was the satisfaction of helping to improve […]

    February 3, 2016

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    RBBB Visit from Rick McCartney

    Rick McCartney, SVP Mentor and President of InMedia visited Whittier Elementary School today!! Please share!

    January 27, 2016

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