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2023 Auggie's Reading Program

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How to sign up for Auggie's Reading Program

For the 2023 season, all Aiken County Public Schools, Columbia County Public Schools, and Richmond County Schools are automatically enrolled in Auggie's Reading Program. The GreenJackets, in partnership with each county's Board of Education, have worked together so all students grades K-8 (depending on your district) are already a part of this very successful program. Other schools across the CSRA are encouraged to participate as well!

1. Contact the GreenJackets

  • Review the below material
  • Call the GreenJackets with any questions

2. Sign Up

  • Sign up online by clicking below (a GreenJackets representative will contact you once you submit)

3. Set Reading Requirements

  • Auggie's Reading Program is a two-week program divided into four sections, each representing a "base" on the baseball diamond. Once students complete an assignment, they will advance to the next base! The goal is to hit a "home run" by the end of the designated time frame set by the Teacher, Librarians or Media Specialists.
  • Teachers, Librarians, Media Specialists work with students to set requirements and goals. Goals can be set by the number of books, number of pages, number of hours spent reading, etc.
  • Each base the student completes comes with a prize from one of the Auggie's Reading Program sponsors.

4. Track Student Progress

  • Teachers will track the progress of their students. Parents are also encouraged to help track their child's progress.

5. Complete the Program

  • Once the student has completed the reading requirements for 1st base, 2nd base, 3rd base, and hit a home run, parents will click on the "Reading Log Button" and fill out the form
  • After the student's reading log has been submitted, the parent will receive and email with code for the complimentary ticket.
  • Once you have received the code, you will click "Redeem Voucher"
  • Select one of two dates that is offered to your school district
  • Put the Code in for the ticket for redemption
  • Select other seats for your family to attend the game and celebrate your child's accomplishment at a discounted ticket rate. Make sure that you entered the code for the ticket.
  • Tickets will be emailed to you after you've purchased additional tickets.
  • If you have multiple children who have completed the program, please call Yari Natal at (803) 349-9409 or email [email protected].

6. Enjoy YOUR SCHOOLS day at SRP Park

  • Watch your students enjoy a day out at SRP Park and celebrating their accomplishment of hitting a home run!
  • Auggie's Reading Program schools and home run hitters will be recognized with a pre-game parade around the warning track on their game date! Schools are encouraged to make banners around the theme of "Reading is Fun" to display during the pre-game parade and each reading game one class will win a special prize!

Signing Up

For more information about the program, please call Yari Natal at the Augusta GreenJackets, (803) 349-9409, or email her [email protected]

Student Benefits:


  • Fun way to encourage students to read and reward them along the way of the program for reaching their reading goals.

Game Day Rewards

  • Earn a FREE ticket to a GreenJackets baseball game
  • Get recognition by walking in the Pre-Game parade with their class/school
  • Students from these counties can pick from one of four game dates to redeem their voucher:
  • 2023 Game Dates
  • Wednesday, April 12th
  • Sunday, April 30th
  • Sunday, May 14th
  • Tuesday, May 23rd

Additional Tickets

  • Discounts available for families of students who complete the program.

Educator Benefits:

  • Teacher will be emailed a code for BOGO tickets for the Reading Program Days
  • GreenJackets Appearance
  • Schedule an appearance by Auggie to come out and help promote Auggie's Reading Program, read a book together with Auggie, visiting classrooms, leading the charge in your Reading Parade, etc.