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|Chipotle Expands Reading Rewards Program for Educators|
Chipotle motivates young readers with reading rewards, incentivizing book smarts with delicious food
“We understand the importance of early literacy, and want to encourage
kids of all ages to read,” said
Chipotle has provided reading rewards for libraries across the country for summer reading programs for close to a decade. As part of the expanded program, Chipotle is making rewards available for application on its website and also opening up this resource to schools. While most schools and libraries have their own reading programs, Chipotle can provide a reading log for approved applicants who do not have an existing program in place.
Participants who reach their reading goals will be rewarded with a free kid’s meal card. The Chipotle kid’s meal consists of the “build your own” option or a cheese quesadilla, both of which are served with a drink and kid’s chips or fruit. Teen reading programs can also be supported if educators specify an older audience in their application. If approved, buy-one-get-one (BOGO) vouchers will be provided for teen readers.
To apply for the Chipotle Reading Rewards program, teachers and librarians can visit chipotle.com/reading. Each school or library may only apply for Chipotle reading rewards once per year. Applicants should be prepared to use a valid school or library email address and request the cards to ship directly to the school or library district.
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