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How can I receive free curriculum and electronic newspapers for my students?

Following is a list of the NIE Programs for Fall 2016. (Some programs available in Palm Beach County only.) You must be a certified teacher to order. THERE IS NO COST TO REGISTER. If ordering one of the presidential election programs, you will receive a student supplement for each of your students. The supplements will be delivered by our carrier to your school on the first day of the program. For our Fall Reading Series, you will receive access to downloadable chapters of the story. You will have access to e-Paper, our electronic version of The Palm Beach Post, through the duration of each program to complete the activities in the supplement or teacher guide. Watch your e-mail just prior to the start of each program for delivery details and your username and password to access e-Paper.

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At the end of the program you will receive a confirmation of delivery affidavit. In order to continue these programs at NO COST to you, we are required to receive these signed forms back from you.

For more information email Nancy Jones or call 561-820-4648.


All About the Election

All About the Election – Upper Elementary (CLOSED)

This program is available only in Palm Beach County.
September 21 – November 9, 2016
Electronic newspapers available for access Monday through Friday
Upper Elementary Grades

This tab explains how elections work and explores voting, political parties, and more. It includes writing and newspaper activities.


The Presidential Election

The Presidential Election – Middle and High School (CLOSED)

This program is available only in Palm Beach County.
September 21 – November 9, 2016
Electronic newspapers available for access Monday through Friday
Middle and High School Grades

This special section will help students gather information as they learn about the 2016 elections. Topics include the presidential candidates, issues, campaigning, and the power of the president.


I Will Come Home Reading Series

I Will Come Home Reading Series

This program is available in all counties.
November 14 - December 9, 2016
Story chapters e-mailed on Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays (No chapters on November 23rd or 25th).
Electronic newspapers available for access Monday through Friday
Upper Elementary and Middle School Grades

I Will Come Home takes place in 1864, and Betsy Harrington has one thing on her mind: Her older brother, Jim, a prisoner of war at the prison camp in Andersonville, Georgia. She can't understand why the war widow she works for and the former slave who is sexton of her church don't share her bitterness towards the rebel prisoners, until the night she is confronted with a young Southerner who shares her brother's intense desire to get home, and needs her help. A teacher’s guide will be provided.


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