Family Literacy

The Clinton County Literacy Program focuses on early literacy learning by reading in the preschool and elementary schools. Volunteer tutors meet one-on-one with adults who need help with reading and writing. Parents and children – or more broadly – adults and children – learn together.

What does the program offer?

  • One-on-one tutoring classes for adults who are learning English as a second language.
  • Volunteers promoting learning by reading books to preschool classes.
  • Tutors promoting reading to children through private sessions.
  • Community reading days in the elementary schools where members of the community read books and talk to students about the importance of reading.
  • Spanish classes for children in elementary school.
  • Outreach summer reading programs.

For more information contact Maria Lopez, Family Literacy Coordinator.

United Way and FCPL
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