Family Literacy Night Basics
Thanks to grant funds from the Marathon Classic, the Literacy Coalition is able to hold fun Family Literacy Nights at our local schools. All county and city schools are on a rotation basis. Schools not receiving a Family Literacy Night for the 2018-19 school year will have the option to hold one during the 2019-20 school year. During these fun events, children get to participate in literacy related activities with their parents. We show the importance of literacy while in a fun, family-friendly event.
Reading is my SUPERPOWER!
- To provide information to parents about how they can help their children develop early literacy skills at home
- Introduce parents/care givers to literacy standards
- Provide/model games and activities to teach literacy concepts
- Have fun
|Monday, September 10||Arlington||6:00p-7:30p|
|Tuesday, October 2||Jacobs Primary||5:30p-7:00p|
|Wednesday, October 17||McComb||6:00p-7:30p|
|Tuesday, October 23||Riverdale||5:30p-7:15p|
|Thursday, November 15||Washington PS||5:00p-6:30p|
|Wednesday, February 6||Vanlue||6:00p-7:30p|
|Tuesday, March 5||Whittier||5:30p-7:00p|
|Tuesday, March 12||Lincoln||5:30p-7:00p|
|Tuesday, March 19||Jefferson||6:00p-7:30p|
Sign-up Genius is available to reserve your spots. Click on the links below for our 2018-19 volunteer sign ups!
Activity Stops: Activities are based on literacy skills that children can practice at home with parents/care givers.