March Family Literacy Night
When: Wednesday March 12th (5:30 to 6:30)
Where: School Library (park on East side runs beside County Rd 9)
Who: Entire family
What: Read aloud, pizza, door prize, and we always do a project!
We had a wonderful, Meet the Author, during February Family Literacy Night. A huge thank you for the wonderful questions posed to Mindy McGinnis, local author, and coming out to join us!
Teens Benefit From Reading Out Loud
You may think of reading aloud as something you do for a preschooler. But your teen can benefit from it, too.
Consider reading aloud to each other from a story or article of interest to him. Or get an audio book from your library. Listening to it could inspire your teen to read it for himself.
Morning Crew (Extended Time)
What: 30 minute before school reading and math extension time
Who: all students attending the Tomorrow Center
Where: In the cafeteria 7am Monday-Thursday(during school week)
Why: extra time to work on skills
The Tomorrow Center respects and reveres individuality while reaching towards each child’s unique potential. Our purpose is to build a strong academic and social foundation for all students enabling them to communicate and contribute effectively and responsible within their community. We have several new programs implemented: Fast Math, Read 180, Scholastics Math, After school Enrichment, family literature nights, and Study Island. Each program is designed to assist and increase student learning.