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1444 NW 28th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
Join us April 16, 2014 for the 5th annual Drop Everything And Read, “DEAR Day” at the state capitol. Legislators and other leaders read an Oklahoma story by an Oklahoma author to at-risk Oklahoma City Public School 2nd Graders. Six public schools will enjoy learning about Oklahoma while visiting the capitol and the Oklahoma History Center.
You can contribute to a valuable field trip for at-risk students with a donation designated specifically for this event. The busses alone cost about $900.00 for the day. We also provide snacks for the students and gifts for the teachers. School activity funds cannot provide those dollars. We also welcome volunteers for logistical help and reading. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to donate or to rsvp to volunteer on April 16. Call 405-830-2790 for more information.
WE NEED TUTORS
Are you looking for a way to give back to your community?
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OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARIES LITERACY RESOURCE
Free workshops – Digital photography, Access databases, Excel and Social Media are coming soon. Click here to register.
ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE
Do you know of English as Second Language (ESL) classes at your church, library, or other site? Please call us at 405 830-2790 or email: email@example.com
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LITERACY REFERRAL SERVICE
GED SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE
To lead a collaboration of literacy providers and supporters to strengthen services and present a united voice for literacy in Metropolitan Oklahoma City
“Without the ability to read, write and understand information, many of our citizens are unable to take advantage of the great resources in our city. And without the combined resources of all our citizens, we are unable to reach our full potential.” Mayor Mick Cornett
100% literacy through 100% community engagement!