Everyone has their own special remembrances of the holidays: family gatherings and traditions, special gifts given or received, favorite holiday stories, songs, or TV specials, and more. In the spirit of the holiday season, we’d like to hear about some of your most treasured holiday memories (these [Read on...]
Since many tutors and students won’t be meeting regularly over the Holiday season, we have put together several literacy activity ideas for students to work on on their own if they have some free time. This way, students have the opportunity to continue developing their reading and writing skills even over a long break. Tying these activities into [Read on...]
Mail it, email it, fax it, drop it by the office, or even just slip it under the door. One way or the other, make sure the Project Read office gets your student’s submission for the Holiday Memories booklet!
One of the most satisfying experiences for learners is to see their work in print and to share it [Read on...]
Welcome back for another great year at Project Read!
We hope you had the very best holiday season and are ready for 2009.
Now that the holiday decorations and fireworks have been put away and you are settling back into routine, we hope that Project Read will continue to be part of your activities. As you arrange your busy schedules [Read on...]
We appreciate everyone who attended the Project Read Annual Christmas Party and Award Banquet. The evening was lovely, the food delicious, the entertainment beautiful, and of course it was wonderful to spend the evening with friends and recognize the hard work and contributions of Project Read tutors and students. We appreciate those board members who attended, and we look forward [Read on...]