Helping Sevastopol parents help their children with reading and writing


Parents or guardians in the Sevastopol School District can play a role in helping their children become better readers and writers.  The district will offer Literacy Night starting in January at the high school.  Three different half-hour sessions will be held on letter manipulation, basic syllable types and improving reading comprehension.  Director of Pupil Services Melissa Marggraf says this came about when parents asked what they could do to help improve reading skills and homework. Marggraf says literacy night will help parents and teachers use common approaches to aid students in the classroom and at home.



The Sevastopol School's Literacy Night will take place Tuesday, January 15th from 5-7pm at the High School IMC on Highway 57 in Institute.

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