Four Parents To Graduate Latino Literacy Program at Lufkin ISD
The Lufkin Independent School District has released details for the upcoming Latino Family Literacy graduation. It will be held on December 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Burley Primary, which is located at 502 Joyce Lane in Lufkin, Texas. Four parents who have completed six sessions of the program will be graduating.
The Latino Family Literacy Project is an initiative designed to engage families in reading activities, promoting parent involvement, enhancing reading comprehension, fostering vocabulary development, and supporting English language development for both parents and their children. This program offers a structured curriculum and guidance to parents, empowering them to assist their children with literacy skills in a home setting.
Ms. Rodriguez and Mrs. Powell, teachers at Burley Primary Dual Language Program, have successfully facilitated this program through six sessions. Participants in the program actively build an album, delve into effective reading strategies, and share book experiences, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to support their child's literacy development at home.
Lufkin ISD currently has six participants and around seven children participating in the Latino Family Literacy Project.
The Lufkin ISD 21st Century program, in coordination with the Bilingual/ESL (English as a Second Language) Department have provided staffing, materials, food for each session, and childcare for these families. This collaborative effort ensures the establishment of a comprehensive and supportive learning environment for families engaged in the Latino Family Literacy program.
Anyone wanting more information concerning the Latino Family Literacy Project should contact the Lufkin Independent School District at (936)634-6696.
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