SEF Distributes almost 800 pieces of literature to McKinley Grades K-5 Spanish Dual Language Immersion Students
Every study confirms that reading skills are the strongest predictor of success in school, and the presence of books in the home makes all the difference.
Thanks to generous support provided by the Kids Need to Read Foundation and the San Marino Rotary Readers Program, SEF and a small group of dedicated volunteers distributed almost 800 pieces of literature to excited students.
After providing students with access to and a choice of books, we are thrilled to share that each student left the event with brand new, free, quality pieces of literature. One student said…”this is the best day ever!”
Up next: With partnership support from the amazing teachers SEF is building a dual language vocabulary bank designed to introduce and share a student developed Spanish language word bank. We can’t wait to share further details soon!!
SEF focusing on ways to increase support of student’s literacy development for all K-12 students? We say YES!