Reading Proficiency Program
We provide a highly enriched English Language Arts tutorial program designed to meet the literacy needs of students 6 to 12 years of age.
THE READING PROFICIENCY PROGRAM is an individualized tutorial program designed to enhance the literacy skills for at-risk students to ensure they are reading at grade level proficiency.
THE TUTORIAL PROGRAM will be under the direction of NCNW volunteer credentialed teachers as well as volunteer instructors from various other professions.
ALL LITERACY VOLUNTEERS will follow the same academic curriculum and collaborate with the regular day school teachers, program directors, and parents to provide continuity in instruction and to guarantee that students complete the required extended learning program assignments.
Our objective is to improve the literacy, outcomes for at-risk students within the community by ensuring that students are reading at grade-level proficiency as measured by the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
We envision all students in our community acquiring the literacy skills needed to ensure college and career readiness.
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2700 W. 52nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90043
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3854 w. 54th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90043
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The Reading Proficiency Program is committed to improving the literacy skills for all students. Our goal is to eliminate below standard performance on state-mandated tests.
California adopted the Common Core State Standards in 2010 along with 45 other states to guarantee academic equality throughout the nation. We will adhere to the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.
The English Language Arts instruction that we will provide in our tutorial program will focus on the following literacy strands: 1) Reading, 2) Writing, 3) Speaking and 4) Listening.
The instructional methods and materials will be determined according to the needs of each student and day school recommendations.
The California Department of Education provides resources for parents seeking additional information about the California Common Core State Standards for all subjects as well as other requirements pertaining to technology, college, and careers.
3:00p - 3:15p Arrival/Attendance (Snacks)
3:15p - 3:20p Clean Up
3:20p - 3:30p Guided Group Instruction (Speaking/Listening)
3:30p - 4:10p Individualized Instruction (Reading/Writing)
4:10p - 4:15p Closure/Review/Exit
4:15p - 4:20p Clean Up
4:20p - 4:30p Departure
Note: All students must be picked-up by 4:30 PM
We will provide tutoring during the academic calendar
"THE WHOLE WORLD OPENED TO ME WHEN I LEARNED TO READ"
-Mary McLeod Bethune
Free nutritious snacks will be served to all students. A sample menu will consist of the following California Nutritional Standards for healthy snacks:
Ms. Dianne Lewis-Carter
Ms. Darlene Hunt
Ms. Carolyn McGruder
Ms. Gwen Ribbs
Ms. Janet Taylor
Ms. Lisa Weston
NON DISCRIMINATION POLICY
The Reading Proficiency Program complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune
Dr. Dorothy I. Height
Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones
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Ms. Carmen Taylor-Jones