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What Is ORCA?

The Oregon Reader's Choice Award was founded in 2010.  The award is intended to be a fun and exciting way for Oregon youth in grades 4-12 to become enthusiastic and discriminating readers.  During the course of the school year, Oregon students choose their favorite book in a real-life democratic process.

Who may vote?
Oregon students in grades 4-12.  

When does voting take place?
Voting for Laurel Ridge students is open through March 23rd.

How do Laurel Ridge students vote?
After reading 2 or more books, students vote for the book they think should win the ORCA. Voting can be done online at the LRMS Media Center website or in paper form.  The more books you read the more prizes you receive.

Could I have read the book last year?

The ORCA nominated books listed on the back should have been read between June 1, 2016 and March 23, 2017.

Why no reading log?

Your voting ballot, whether online or in hard-copy, acts as proof of reading.

What's in it for me?
Other than the joy of reading some great books and bettering your reading skills; with every book you read you win prizes.                                

Prizes

2 book(s) – Participants will receive a certificate, 1 prize point to spend in the prize closet and 2 Titan tickets.

3 books – Participants will receive a certificate, 3 prize points to spend in the prize closet, a book ticket, and 6 Titan tickets.

6 books – Participants will receive a certificate, 6 prize points to spend in the prize closet, a book ticket, and 12 Titan tickets.

All 8 books – Participants will receive a certificate, 8 prize points to spend in the prize closet, 2 book tickets, and 16 Titan tickets.                      

           

A link to the voting ballot is available on the main media website page, simply click the spring break icon. A print-out of the ballot is also available in the library.

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