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Come to our K-2 family Literacy Nights! Oct. 23, Nov. 6 and Dec. 4

Is your child just learning to read, or are they a reluctant reader?

Would you like to learn new approaches to supporting literacy at home?

Please join us this year for K-2 family Literacy Nights! 

This hands-on workshop, presented by district reading teachers, is designed to support and promote the parent’s role in developing their child’s literacy skills.

Each family that attends will receive free books at their child's “just right" reading level. Refreshments will

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All events are held at the Lucy Holman Elementary School, 125 Manhattan Street.

There is no cost to attend, but you must register online for each session, as space is limited.  

You can register for one, two or ALL THREE events through the links below.


 
Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. is "Reading on the Go'' for K-2 Parents

Family schedules can be hectic and finding quality time to promote a love for literacy can be a struggle.  This workshop is designed for parents who need clever ways to strengthen literacy skills and sneak in some reading time with their children while “on the go”.  Whether it’s waiting for a sibling at soccer practice, food shopping, driving in the car, or getting a bite to eat, these suggestions will have students using authentic ways to reinforce learning.  Some examples are: sight word scavenger hunt at the food store, word games with menus, or rhyme while driving.

 


Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. is  "Reading Gone Digital Night" for K-2 Parents

Link to Register for Nov. 6 

Parents are always looking for ways to make reading more enticing. Digital resources can be your ticket! This night will focus on digital resources that support literacy development.

 


December 4th at 6 p.m. is "The Force Against Robot Reading" for K-2 Parents

Link to Register for Dec. 4

Is your child’s reading fluency slow, labored and robot sounding?  This Parent University night will focus on strategies to help parents fight against the “force of robot reading”.