To volunteer for the children's summer reading program, stop in at the Children's Room in late May.
What does SRP stand for?
SRP stands for Summer Reading Program (various locations)
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We have 449 other meanings of SRP in our Acronym Attic
- Stream Restoration Project (North Carolina)
- Street Reconstruction Plan (Minnesota)
- Structural Reform Program (various locations)
- Student Representative Program (Canada)
- Studieretningsprojekt (Danish high schools)
- Sub-Rate Processor
- Substantial Research Paper (education)
- Sucker Rod Pump
- Suggested Retail Price
- Sulphate Removal Plant
- Summer Residential Program (various schools)
- Super Resin Polish (Autoglym)
- Superior Radiant Products (Ontario, Canada)
- Supplemental Retirement Program (various organizations)
- Surgical Reversal of Presbyopia
- Sustained Readiness Program
- Switch Route Processor
- Switching Rate Protection (Tadiran)
- Synchronous Reactive Programming (computer programming paradigm)
- Syndicat des Résidents de Paris
Samples in periodicals archive:
More than 100,000 Local Children & Teens Recognized Through Summer Reading Program SAN JOSE, Calif.
Hodapp doesn't know exactly when the summer reading program started, but she does know that it has been in place at the Santa Fe Public Library for nearly 70 years.
Many libraries offer online sign-ups for these popular summer reading programs.
Byline: RICK COCA Valley News Writer Kids in the Sherman Oaks Library's summer reading program have seen a tarantula, falcon, albino rabbit and centipede up close and personal, thanks to a visit from the Los Angeles Zoo's mobile program, Animals and their Amazing Adaptations.
Sizzling Summer Reading Programs for Young Adults (2nd Edition).
Other Suggested Activities for National Black Booksellers Week * Launch a summer reading program with your local school or library.
Twelve middle school students who scored in the lowest percentile on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) participated in a summer reading program designed to improve these students' reading skills and to assist them in becoming focused and motivated readers.