From the Coordinator’s Desk: Tutor Resources and a Training

Hello, tutors! Welcome to the beginning of the FCLC 2016-17 Program year. Now is the time to begin implementing the new tracking forms we will be using. If you have not yet received an email containing these forms, please contact Sue (shmichalski@iu12.org). You should begin using these forms as soon as you receive them. If Read more about From the Coordinator’s Desk: Tutor Resources and a Training[…]

Event: Path to Literacy Character Walk

Follow the Path to Literacy and help others to do the same! The Franklin County Literacy Council IU12 and the Coyle Free Library are joining forces to promote literacy. On Saturday, August 27, The Franklin County Literacy Council will hold a Family Literacy Walk to support the Path to Literacy from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 Read more about Event: Path to Literacy Character Walk[…]

In the News (Public Opinion): Citizens get opportunity to make English their second language

by David Barr, dbarr@publicopinionnews.com 6:27 p.m. EST March 10, 2016 [Featured photo:Bianca Garcia, an English as a second language teacher instructs a class Thursday, March 10, 2016 at Coyle Free Library. An ESL class is being presented by Lincoln Intermediate Unit at Coyle Free Library. (Photo: Markell DeLoatch, Public Opinion)] CHAMBERSBURG – Three organizations are working together Read more about In the News (Public Opinion): Citizens get opportunity to make English their second language[…]

In the News (Herald Mail): Pa. literacy council fights ‘a bigger problem than most people want to acknowledge’

by Jennifer Fitch Posted: Saturday, April 2, 2016 4:42 pm [Featured photo: Student, Sonny Force, left, brushes up on algebra concepts Thursday with assistance of literacy volunteer Don Hallock. Franklin County Literacy Council is seeking more volunteers (photograph by Kevin G. Gilbert/Chief Photographer, Herald Mail)] CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Sonny Force turns in his homework assignments more dependably than Read more about In the News (Herald Mail): Pa. literacy council fights ‘a bigger problem than most people want to acknowledge’[…]