ALLIES in Learning & Literacy
Carson Wright, 7, a second-grader at the Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence, gets his first "Aha!" moment of the new school year Aug. 2. ALLIES opened its doors serving approximately 85 students in grades 2 - 5 who fit a profile of dyslexia.
Rebecca Thompson, ALLIES director of academic services, explains how this targeted program benefits struggling readers and students displaying characteristics of Dyslexia.
Humble Beginnings, Finding Clarity: Learn how ALLIES grew from an innovative approach within one elementary school to serve a larger population of learningas as Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence.
Learning Ally newsletter: Learning Ally is a national nonprofit serving students with learning and visual disabilities. The organization provides vital resources for parents; training and technology for teachers and schools; and 80,000 human-narrated audio textbooks for K-12 through higher ed. Download the latest Learning Ally newsletter.
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Movie Night - The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia
Jack Pietraallo has been named District 49’s new director of transportation.