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Thanks for making reading program a success

5:57 PM, May 14, 2013  |  Comments
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As the After School Success Program approaches the end of another school year, we would like to express our appreciation to a few of the donors who helped make it a successful program year!

The purpose of the Amherst After School Success Programs Reading Tutoring Program or Reading Club is to provide extended learning opportunities for developing readers attending Amherst Elementary School. Each student attends the Reading Club two times per week for 30-minute sessions. Student recommendations are made by the classroom teacher or our elementary school reading specialist.

A total of 26 students participated in the 2012-13 Reading Club. Tutoring costs were offset by a grant of $750 from the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin. The Amherst After School Success Program sends a big thank you to the Community Foundation for its support!

We also would like to express our appreciation to the Amherst Elementary PTO for its donation of our new homework supply cart for our Study Buddies program. We have an average of 30 students who attend daily for homework help.

We greatly appreciate the generosity of these groups who support our students and our program! Thank you!

Leigh Ann Lehman

Amherst After School Success Program director

Amherst

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