Student-Run Bookstore 20080526

San Francisco
has been very low for the past seven years
to improve students english skill and general literacy
two teachers help to set up a bookstore inside the school
the school provide every variety and interesting books and offerable prices
and and opportunity for students to run it by themselves.
Seven degree "Rigina" is one of dozen students that help to run bookstore.
they rotate the assignment, reader, ????, cashiers.
they make sure the student get the book they like to read.
"if people wanna hold books, you write it down, and then you hold this book
either for after school or next week."
Price is offortable, ranging from 2 to 3 dollars a book.
Since it opened two months ago,bob?? says the bookstore school has become favorite place for student to hang out.
"My friends and my classmates, they really like the bookstore, because they could read book in the bookstore,
They also could do something during lunch ???????"
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Most students like the bookstore more than the school library.
"The book is new, if you want to buy it. ?????
you can check operation in a period of time.
Also the library is big, it's quiet place, it thinks like a social area ??????
and high light the book that we can find it.
if the book sale well, we will talk about reducing the price and then having sales"

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work together to create the bookstore.
they receive the gram from school wide and organization to help set up bookstore.
Having such resource the succeed bookstore is a valuable tool to improve student's literacy
"we need to get the books in the hand ??from the kid, our population is very low,
and so as the economics, a lot of litina family???
so they don't have strong literature or literacy background from the family"
tina family
San Francisco
a city and port in California, US.
It is a very beautiful city,
built on hills next to a bay (=an area of sea that curves inwards towards the land)
on the Pacific Ocean. Its famous areas include Chinatown,
where many people live whose families originally came from China,
the Golden Gate Bridge, and the prison island of Alcatraz.
The city is close to the San Andreas fault, and was almost destroyed by the great earthquake
and fire of 1906.

hangout [countable
a place someone likes to go to often:
eg. The bar is a favourite hangout for students.

literacy [uncountable]
the state of being able to read and write [≠ illiteracy; ? numeracy]:
eg. a new adult literacy campaign