Ohio school districts, this month, are implementing the first step in the state’s new Third Grade Reading Guarantee which requires all kindergarten to third grade students attending public or charter schools be given a reading diagnostic assessment by Sept. 30.
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Learn more about helping students learn to read
- Helping children read well is the goal of a free volunteer training session offered to friends of Dayton Public Schools. The session will be held on Sept. 21 or Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to noon at the YWCA, 141 West Third Street
- Thursday, Sept. 26 - Primary Literacy Program, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Wesley Community Center, 3730 Delphos Avenue in Dayton. Information will be shared on how Dayton Public Schools has identified and is working to help students in grades K-3 learn to read. Both events also will provide information to parents on the requirements to graduate from high school.
- Thursday, October 17 - Primary Literacy Program, 5 p.m. -7 p.m. with East End Community Center at Ruskin School, 407 Ambrose Court, Dayton. Both literacy programs also will provide information to parents on the requirements to graduate from high school.