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Newspapers In Education

About NIE
August 21, 2012
Newspapers in Education (NIE) is a nationwide effort begun by the National Newspaper Association to promote literacy throughout our schools. It allows teachers to work with newspapers to stir the interest of today's youth by reading and studying newspapers.  (More)
NIE plans 9th annual golf tournament
February 28, 2011
Newspapers In Education hosts a golf tournament every year. It is the program's sole fund-raiser, maintaining the distribution and supply of newspapers to classrooms in Wilson County and surrounding areas throughout the school year. Learn about the tournament here: http://www.wcn-online.com/nie/golf.html  (More)
NIE Corporate Sponsors
February 28, 2011
Thank you to the following sponsors:  (More)
Children’s activity page – every week in The 411
Children’s activity page – every week in The 411February 28, 2011
Newspaper Fun – a high-energy children’s activity page that features puzzles, cartoons, games, and a cast of off-beat, humorous animal characters - is published in The 411 every week in the Wilson County News.  (More)
Wilson celebrates summer reading program
August 8, 2008
Wilson celebrated his summer reading program Aug. 6 at the American Legion in Floresville. Check out these video clips if you missed the fun.  (More)
Welcome teachers, students, and parents!
Welcome teachers, students, and parents!August 8, 2008
Find everything you need to know about the Wilson County News' Newspapers In Education (NIE) program on this site. If you have a question, e-mail us at  (More)
Welcome message, from the publisher...
August 5, 2008
As the publisher of a print newspaper, I cannot tell you how excited I am about the teacher participation in our Newspapers In Education program. With almost 30 percent of today's 15-year-olds watching an average of four hours of television daily, their opportunities to experience life in the "real world" are extremely limited.  (More)
Meet Wilson!
Meet Wilson!August 4, 2008
"Hey! Did you know that before I was Wilson, the mascot, I was just a regular kid like you? I was born on a nice spring day in April. My mom’s name is Pink Lady and my dad’s name is Jonathan Gold. I do not have any brothers or sisters. I have a pet worm named Bookworm. I named him Bookworm because I like to read to him. I like to read because it helps me learn about many different things. Because I like reading so much, I became interested in reading the newspaper. The newspaper gives you information. Do you want to know why I became the NIE mascot? I became the NIE mascot because I want to encourage you to read the newspaper. So,if you want to learn something new, pick up a newspaper and start reading."  (More)
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