Little Free Libraries
One of the most successful ways to improve reading achievement of children is to increase their access to books, especially at home. The Literacy Network receives thousands of donated books each year which makes these Little Free Libraries the perfect conduit to get books into the hands of children and families who need them most.
Literacy Hotline 513-621-READ (7323)
Adults, parents or students in need of assistance with basic reading, GED and English for Speakers of Other Languages can find the help and resources they need through the hotline. The Literacy Network can connect callers to over 100 provider agencies in 8 counties through the hotline.
Adult Basic Reading Program - ABRP
COVID has led us to cancel basic reading classes for the foreseeable future. We are currently focusing on one-on-one adult and children's tutoring, literacy outreach and book distribution. We will inform you of more program updates as they become available.
Winners Read Tutoring
Help a child improve their reading! Become a Winners Read Tutor and volunteer 30 minutes a week or more at a local elementary school. We provide tutor training, background checks and placement. Tutors also incorporate Winners Walk Tall character building lessons into the tutoring sessions. Call Annie at 513.621.7323 for more information.
Children’s Basic Reading Program - CBRP
COVID has led us to cancel basic reading classes for the foreseeable future. We are currently focusing on one-on-one adult and children’s tutoring, literacy outreach and book distribution. We will inform you of more program updates as they become available.
Winners Walk Tall
Due to COVID, schools are not in need of this program at this time. We have worked to incorporate these character building lessons into our tutor orientation so that one-on-one tutors are utilizing these lessons in their tutoring sessions. We will inform you of more program updates as they become available.
Sessions are held the first Tuesday of every month (except January, June and July) from 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Tutor Training focuses on the five components of reading instruction and provides a manual and support materials to all tutors. Background checks are required. The Literacy Network will screen, train and place volunteers in elementary schools or in community learning centers that assist adults with reading. Click here to sign up or call Annie at 513.621.7323.