Teachers and administrators can enroll in the Oakland A's Home Run Readers Program to work together in promoting the importance of literacy and encourage reading in the classroom. Help your students set reading goals and work toward exciting rewards.
Students and schools that achieve their goals receive:
Over 100 Bay Area schools participate in the Home Run Readers program, sponsored by the A's Community Fund.
Enrollment is open for the 2014-2015 season. Please email email@example.com to receive your application. The deadline to submit is November 19, 2014.
Since the Mathletics program inception in 2003, over 200,000 Bay Area and Northern California students' grades first through eighth have participated. The "Mathletics" program is sponsored by ROSS and Comcast SportsNet California.
The A's design and distribute thousands of "Mathletics" workbooks which utilize simple formulas for calculating statistics of A's players to students in hopes to promote the importance of math among Bay Area youth. Students who are in the first through eighth grade, complete the workbooks correctly and submit the answer sheet to the A's will earn two ticket vouchers to an A's game!
To request or download a 2014 Mathletics workbook please click on the link below:Download Workbooks
Chevron and the Oakland A's have partnered to bring Science of the Game to students in the 1st -8th grades. Students have the opportunity to earn two (2) free ticket vouchers to a regular season A's game by learning about baseball and the role that Science plays through this workbook program.
To request or download a 2014 Science of the Game workbook please click on the link below:Order or Download Workbooks
On select game dates elementary school students from across Oakland come the O.co Coliseum to receive help with their homework from tutors and aids. After the students have finished their homework they are able to sit in the stands and watch the game.
On the last meeting of the spring and fall sessions an A's player will visit and sign autographs for the students as a way to congratulate them for all of their hard work.