Have Fun at Tuskegee Youth Readers
Learn to Read - Read to Learn
The TIHS Class of 1974 ReadtoME program has established four starting goals. They are: 1) Identify and contact 100 kids ages 3–5 in the Tuskegee/Macon County area. 2) Provide resources for parents by donating 700 books to the program. 3) Get pledges from 20 Church and Community Organizations to participate. 4) Sponsor at least one ReadtoME activity each week with HeadStart, Pre-K schools, and Day Care Nurseries in the community. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Tony Collins at 310-779-6457 or Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All About The Tuskegee Youth Reading Club
One of the key requirements under the K-3 Literacy Act that will impact a number of Macon County students is that they must reach a certain reading level to advance to the fourth grade beginning this 2021 school year. Testing for kindergarten, first, second and third grades is a state-wide requirement for advancement.
Step 1. = Subscribe to the Website
Step 2. = Register your young reader
Step 3. = Submit your reading log info
2. Registration for Children
Families and friends, please use the subscription form below to register your children for the Read To Me program. We will only use your email for enrollment and to keep you updated with program news.
Scheduled Reading Calendar
FLYERS and FORMS
ReadtoME book drive 2021 flyer final
ReadtoME registration form 2021
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Parent's Newsletter page 2
Make A Donation
Help Support Our Youth
Donations will go towards buying books and school supplies for our young readers in the program.
Each minimum donation of $25 will qualify the donor for a t-shirt.
Send check or money order to:
TIHS Class of 1974
c/o Ronald Harrison
803 Southmont Drive
Tuskegee, AL 36083
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