Posted on: July 17, 2014
Make an impact. Become a Reading Corps Tutor
Right now, nearly one in five Minnesota third-graders is failing to reach basic levels of literacy. That’s nearly 13,000 children each year. You have the power and the skills to change that statistic. As a Minnesota Reading Corps tutor, you’ll work with children from age three to grade three to provide proven research-based instruction and tools and ultimately, guide struggling students toward becoming successful readers.
In return, you’ll receive:
A modest living stipend
Education award of up to $5,550
Professional development opportunities
Additional benefits, if eligible
The pride of knowing you have given young readers the chance to build a brighter future
Posted on: May 22, 2014
Kim Insley from KARE 11 visited Mrs. Onerheim’s classroom to shoot a piece for their “What’s Cool In Our School” segment. The segment aired this morning on KARE 11. It will air again this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. Click here to see the video. Good job Mrs. O's class!
Posted on: May 20, 2014
Summer Bridges is a pre-k program designed to help children transition to kindergarten. It prepares children by providing them with experiences very similar to STMA’s kindergarten program. Teachers focus on developing beginning literacy, early numeracy, language development, kindergarten routines, and social skills. Click here for more information and a registration form.