St. Bonaventure University’s Reading Center is offering a winter/spring reading program for children in grades K-12 on the SBU main campus near Olean, N.Y.
Students enrolled in the program receive 120 minutes a week of one-to-one or paired literacy instruction on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, starting Jan. 21 and continuing through May 13.
The cost per child is $150 for 25 hours of instruction. Bona Reading Center teachers all are New York state-certified in one or more areas and are graduate candidates in the university’s Literacy Education program.
Parents of struggling readers, writers, or spellers are encouraged to call Dr. Karen M. Wieland at (716) 375-2369 or email email@example.com to obtain more information and/or enroll in the program.
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