It’s Banned Book Week again folks! Celebrate your freedom to read! Check out the 10 most frequently challenged books of 2013: http://www.ala.org/bbooks/frequentlychallengedbooks/top10#2013
If you know someone who is interested in becoming a volunteer tutors, please share this information with them.
Literacy Volunteers of Essex/Franklin Counties will host tutor trainings this fall at each location: Port Henry, Lake Placid, and Malone.
This twelve-hour Basic Literacy training will give you the tools, tips, and strategies needed to help a student improve his/her reading skills.
Locations, Dates, Times:
Port Henry- September 25th 1:00-4:00pm (Register with Sandy Woods – firstname.lastname@example.org )
Lake Placid- October 14th 5:30-8:30pm (Register with Susan – email@example.com )
Malone – October 2nd: 6:00-9:00pm (Register with Darlene – firstname.lastname@example.org)
The first session is the orientation and additional dates and times will be announced then.
Director of Literacy Volunteers
Essex / Franklin Counties
3265 Broad St.
Port Henry, NY 12974
Tonight in our Community Room: “The Schools We Imagine”. Parents and Community Members, please join Carolyn Merrihew, Matt Southwick, and Seth McGowan for an informal forum on imagining our perfect schools. Our educational leaders are interested in mirroring our District on the ideas and values of our children’s home and community. Join us in the Community Room at 6:00 PM.
Check out our website for our Calendar of Events, including Red Cross Blood Drives, Pre-K Storytime, Community meetings, Author visits, Free 1-on-1 advice on new Health Care Reform, and more!
Don’t let the road construction keep you from the library — you can always come in by way of the Synagogue and Flanders Park and park in the lot behind the library!
The Summer Reading Program continues until September 4th! ALL kids are challenged to read a book a day! I know you can do it! There will be an iPad given to the K-2 student who reads the most books, and an iPad will be given to the Grade 3-6 student who reads the most books. Prizes will also be given to Pre-K students who have the most books on their log sheets, and the Grade 7-12 student who reads the most books!