What is a Mystery Reader? Mystery Readers are special guests who come to our classroom to read a story to students. Mystery Readers can be parents, grandparents, older siblings, or other relatives. Occasionally mystery readers may be staff members from The Museum School. When do Mystery Readers come? Mystery Readers come to our classroom on Fridays from 11:45-12:15. Why use the Mystery Reader program? Students love to see their parents, grandparents, and special friends get involved in our classroom. The Mystery Reader program allows any one who wants to become involved because it requires little time, but the memories will last forever for the surprised students! Where do I go to sign up to be a Mystery Reader? Sign up on the Mystery Reader sign up list. How does the Mystery Reader program work? Once you've signed up for a date to come read to our class, you can start thinking of a book you would like to bring to read. If you don't have a book, I will be glad to have one for you. The week prior to your visit, I will send you a reminder, along with a request for five clues to read to the students the day of your visit. There should be 5 clues that start general and become more specific. By the fifth clue, your child should be able to guess that you are the special mystery reader for the day! I want to be a Mystery Reader... Sign up now!