Category: Read to Me Project

We Are Hiring Site Coordinators

We are seeking motivated individuals who enjoy working with teachers and groups of children and have a passion for reading and literacy. This position requires advocacy, enthusiasm and commitment. Training will be provided. The positions are part-time, approximately 2 days

Read to Me Project Experience Art Stories

Wow. It’s the end of May… almost June and we are coming to the end of another school year with all of our wonderful kids. In one of our recent encounters with the children at La Gloria Elementary School in

Please Support Early Readers This Holiday Season

The Read to Me Project launched its “Share the Magic Between the Pages!” Holiday Giving Campaign this week. Please support the children in our community to develop the pre-literacy skills that will ensure a successful school experience. Jeanne Herrick, Assistance

Alisal Union Assistant Superintendent, Jeanne Herrick, Receives Children’s Literacy Leader Award

We are honored to present Jeanne Herrick, Assistant Superintendent of Alisal Union School District, with the first annual Children’s Literacy Award for her leadership and support for programs designed to increase the number of children who begin kindergarten prepared to

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Welcome Josefina!

We recently welcomed Josefina Lara, as our first Classroom Project Coordinator. Josefina grew up in Soledad and is currently completing her Master Degree at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Our team is close to launching the full 80 classrooms planned

The Read to Me Project is Leaving the Nest

On September 10th, 2014 the Read to Me Project was granted its official 501c3 nonprofit status. The team is excited to be taking this next bit step in its journey to help thousands of children become better prepared for kindergarten.

Read to Me Project Goes Back to School

Yes, it’s that time again. Even though Fall doesn’t officially start until September 23rd, Summer fades as a distant memory and children rev up for the excitement and chaos of a new school year. This year we will be training 800 4th-6th grade

Why Talking (and Reading) to Little Kids Matters

We believe that older kids reading at home to little pre-k brothers and sisters can be a big part of creating more successful students and raising literacy rates. Anne Fernald recently gave a local Monterey TEDx talk highlighting the importance of one-on-one interaction

New Read to Me Project Website and Blog

Hello. We’ve been working hard on updating all of our online communication resources so we can stay in better touch with people who want help younger children be better prepared when they reach school age. More soon!

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