Read to Succeed!
From kindergarten through the end of third grade, students learn to read. From fourth grade on, kids need to be able to read in order to learn.
Education is the cornerstone of individual and community success, and early age literacy is vital to education. We understand the importance of investing in early learning tools that will set students and families up for a lifetime of success. Studies show students reading at grade level are four times more likely to graduate from high school.
Together, we can uplift our community.
In celebration of National Literacy Month, we created the Read to Succeed campaign to encourage literacy in students and families around our community. Promoting literacy is most successful when it’s at the early stages of children’s development. Building children’s communication skills will boost their understanding of the immediate world around them and will lay the foundation for a prosperous future.