December 17, 2018

Literacy Volunteers-Valley Shore Trains 12 New Tutors

AREAWIDE: Twelve area residents recently completed the Fall workshops, which consist of intensive training enabling them to tutor adults in Basic Reading and English as a Second Language. The seven-session workshop introduces individuals to the fundamentals of teaching basic reading as well as English as a Second Language.  Each session lasts about two hours and is held in the held in the spring and fall of each year.

This year’s Fall graduates were Barbara Batt of Old Saybrook, Lisa Cantey of Madison, Eileen Cummings of Old Lyme, Lina Daly of Guilford, Ann Fitzgerald of Old Saybrook, Marilyn Halbing of Old Saybrook, Theresa Humphries of Killingworth, Gloria Jablonski of Old Saybrook, Maria Lavin of Westbrook, Cheryl Niland of Clinton, Kathy Ring of Old Saybrook and June Venestresca of Guilford.

As an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy America, LVVS is entering its 36th year of helping people in Valley Shore towns learn to read, write, and speak better English to improve their lives. These services are free of charge to the student and completely confidential.

For further information, contact the Literacy Volunteers office by calling (860) 399-0280, email info@vsliteracy.org or visit their website at www.vsliteracy.org.

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