AFTER SCHOOL READING INTERVENTION
Our after school reading intervention is READ 718’s core program. This program is designed for children in grades 3-8 who are reading below grade level. To be eligible for this program, children must be in grades 3-8, eligible for free or reduced-price lunch at school, and be struggling with reading based on teacher feedback and our initial assessment. This program runs for three, 10 week cycles in fall, winter, and spring.
FALL 2017: September 25-December 7
WINTER 2018: January 8-March 22
SPRING 2018: April 9-June 22
SATURDAY READING ROOM
The Saturday Reading Room is designed for 1st-3rd graders to practice their developing reading skills with a trained tutor in a relaxed and fun environment. Children come to READ 718 each Saturday for 8 weeks and work with a high school aged tutor on building fluency, comprehension, and reading stamina. Participants will also have the opportunity to play games that build sight word and spelling pattern knowledge. This program also provides the opportunity for high schoolers to serve their community in a meaningful and enjoyable way.
Winter 2018: January 20, 27 and February 3, 10 and March 3, 10, 17, 24 from 11:00-12:00 at READ 718.
READ 718 hosts free, quarterly workshops for families, educators, and friends led by literacy experts. Recent topics have included “The Learning Process and Its Impact on Reading” and “Preventing Summer Slide: Encouraging Your Child to Read in Summer.” These workshops provide families and educators the opportunity to learn more about specific topics in literacy education and to engage in discussion.
To find out about upcoming workshops, visit our News & Events page.