Hancock Literacy is able to hold fun, free Family Literacy Nights (FLN) at our local schools. During these engaging events, children get to participate in literacy related activities with their adult(s). We show the importance of literacy while in an exciting, family-friendly event.
The purpose of FLNs are:
to provide information to parents about how they can help their children develop literacy skills at home.
introduce parents/caregivers to literacy standards.
provide/model games and activities to teach literacy concepts.
Since 2015, we have had over 3,300 participants attend our Family Literacy Nights and have given out 1,800 books.
Our 2018-19 theme is "Reading is my Superpower!"
Monday, September 10 Arlington 6:00p-7:30p
Tuesday, October 2 Jacobs Primary 5:30p-7:00p
Wednesday, October 17 McComb 6:00p-7:30p
Tuesday, October 23 Riverdale 5:30p-7:15p
Wednesday, November 14 Washington PS 5:00p-6:30p
Wednesday, February 6 Vanlue 6:00p-7:30p
Tuesday, March 5 Whittier 5:30p-7:00p
Tuesday, March 12 Lincoln 5:30p-7:00p
Tuesday, March 19 Jefferson 6:00p-7:30p
Schools not on the list for our 2018-19 school year will have the option to hold a FLN 2019-20.
Each FLN requires a group of volunteers to man the activities. Please consider volunteering at one of our fun Family Literacy Nights.
Need some ideas for fun literacy activities you can do at home? Click here!