Homeschool Reading Program


This program is available September - May

Every year we focus on a theme for our reading program (much like the summer reading program). We meet bi-weekly on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month at 11 am for educational discussions, socialization, presentations, field trips, and projects. 

This program is intended to enhance a love of reading by using encouragement and incentives to engage and excite the students.

It also promotes teamwork, socialization and involvement in community events and activities.

This Year's Theme is

"TREAT YOURSELF TO A GOOD BOOK"


Click HERE to read or print the Rules

Click HERE to read or print the 2017-18 schedule

 

Upcoming Events

Dates

Nov. 8 @ 11 am

 

Nov. 15 @ 11 am

 

Dec. 6 @ 11 am

 

 

Dec. 13 @ 11 am

 

 

Events

FALL CRAFT DAY: Group 2-4 will be discussing Fall, making a fall themed craft, and serving a snack.

FALL CRAFT DAY: Group 2-4 will be discussing Fall, making a fall themed craft, and serving a snack.

 

CHRISTMAS:  Group 1-3 will be working on a Candy Cane Christmas project for local nursing homes.  If the group chooses, everyone may bring a dish for a party afterward.

CHRISTMAS: Group 2-4 will be working on a Candy Cane Christmas project for local nursing homes.  If the group chooses, everyone may bring a dish for a party afterward.

 


Highlights

Fun Trips, projects, experiments & crafts

 

 

 

 

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ABCmouse.com:

 

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