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NIE Siouxland

One community. One goal. One child at a time.

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515 Pavonia St.
PO Box 118
Sioux City, IA 51102
Toll Free: 800-807-5111
Last Updated: August 21, 2017

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About NIE Siouxland

Operating since: 2015

NIE is a cooperative effort of newspapers working with local schools to encourage the use of the newspaper as an educational tool to promote literacy and civic responsibility.

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What is Newspapers In Education (NIE)?

NIE is a cooperative effort of newspapers working with local schools to encourage the use of the newspaper as an educational tool to promote literacy and civic responsibility. Through this program, The Sioux City Journal provides newspapers to educators and their students. NIE teachers also receive curriculum ideas, teaching materials and more, completely FREE of cost to the teachers, the schools and the districts.

A recent study shows...NIE students Scored 10% Higher!

The Newspaper Association of America Foundation commissioned a study to find out if Newspapers-in-Education really works. The results? Students in schools with at least some NIE programs scored 10 percent better on standardized tests than students in schools that had no NIE programs. The newspaper is an excellent tool to enhance critical thinking, increase vocabulary and improve skills in a wide variety of subjects. NIE is a strong tool for teachers seeking solid achievement for their students. In other words-NIE works! Support your local students, become a Kids Scoop News sponsor! By providing newspapers to students in partnership with the Sioux City Journal you are:

  • Supporting the effort to promote lifelong learning and literacy.
  • Enhancing the quality of civic responsibility in schools through better informed educators, students, parents and community members.
  • Transforming students into interested, active Siouxland citizens.
  • Recognizes newspapers as the main source of continuing education for members of the community no longer in the classroom.

LEARNING TO READ ~ READING TO LEARN

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Kid Tip:

Reading aloud to children encourages them at a very early age to discuss basic elements in a story.  Discussing basic elements increases their ability to understand more difficult books later on...imagine that...you are the earliest teacher they will have and it matters the most.

NIE Siouxland

515 Pavonia St.

Sioux City, IA 51102

Kid Tip: 

Reading aloud to children, just once a day, will make an incredible difference in their ability to read later on in life. As parents and guardians you are nurturing an early love of reading by sharing the experience with your child.  Imagine a world without your favorite children’s books...the hard cover ones...Children will remember the read aloud times forever.

NIE Siouxland

515 Pavonia St.

Sioux City, IA 51102

Veterans Day design of an American Flag waving in the wind with a silhouette saluting soldier

Fun project for kids on a rainy day! Make a treasure hunt. Draw/write clues on slips of paper or make a map. 

Fun finds would be a treasure chest

Coins to fill their piggy bank

Simple toys

board games to play

 

NIE Siouxland

515 Pavonia St.

Sioux City, IA 51102

The students are in Ms. DeGroote’s (Ms. D’s) Kindergarten class in New Braunfels, Texas. 

1. Blake says that these pictures are “Oh, so cool...” in the Kid Scoop News magazine.

2. Brendan thought the maze this month was really hard to do!

3. Mylez and Luke finished all of the games and pictures in Kid Scoop News.

 

NIE Siouxland

515 Pavonia St.

Sioux City, IA 51102

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