West Royalty Elementary SchoolCharlottetown, Île-du-Prince-Édouard 32 / 440 livres donnés
Nom du directeur ou de la directrice : Marilyn MacLean Learning to read and write is one of life’s most important achievements. A student’s success in literacy development enhances their learning in all subject areas, helps create a love of learning, and paves the way for future economic success and a rewarding life. As President Clinton said “Literacy is not a luxury, it is a right and a responsibility.” We take our responsibility to ensure our students have a strong foundation in literacy seriously. Reading is a strongly encouraged in our school, all of our students share in a love for books. Each classroom supports a home reading program, and an in class silent reading time to ensure that each student is able to read each day. Ensuring that there is a variety of books for the children is always a priority. We view the Library as the center and heart of our school. The better we can provide for our library, the opportunities for our children's growth can only multiply.
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Definitely my mom-she read books to us all the time! We loved the stories she shared and learned so much from them! It was one of the greatest gifts she gave-the love of reading and early literacy skills!
Reading has always been a source of entertainment, sometimes a source of refuge and as well, an introduction to the world beyond. Although what I read and why I read it has changed over the years, there is nothing like diving headfirst into a new book. And I will always have my favourites. ...