West Royalty Elementary School

Charlottetown, 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.

440 enfants
Enfants : 440
Âge des livres : < 10 ans
Budget de $6.00 par enfant
Budget par enfant $6,00