You are invited to JOIN THE 100,000 BOOKS CHALLENGE! The Corinth School District challenges all students, employees, and community members to read a total of 100,000 books by 2016. Corinth School District's Project REACH (Reading Expands a Community's Horizons) seeks to encourage children, parents, teachers, and community members to enjoy reading and to promote literacy for people of all ages. Project REACH is made possible by the Innovative Approaches to Literacy grant, a $394,000 grant that was awarded to Corinth School District in the fall of 2014. In addition to the 100,000 Books Challenge, Project REACH provides parent resources and training sessions; family literacy nights; training programs for teachers; extended hours for school libraries and Internet Cafe; "The Story Walk," which involves placing story boards along the Crossroads Regional Park walking trail; and the "Bright Red Bookshelf," which provides books for families throughout the community.