R.E.A.D. Inc. Celebrates 35-Year Anniversary with Summer Session

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San Leandro’s R.E.A.D. Inc. celebrates its 35th anniversary by offering a summer program to help children catch up in school and improve their academic skills during this summer.

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R.E.A.D. is proud to have been in business for 35 years serving the East Bay from its San Leandro center

San Leandro’s R.E.A.D. Inc., an independent after school tutoring center, celebrates its 35th anniversary by offering a summer program to help children retain and improve their academic skills that otherwise would get rusty over the summer break.

R.E.A.D., located in San Leandro, by the fire station and library, offers year-round after school tutoring and summer programs. R.E.A.D.'s summer program is the perfect opportunity for children to catch up, master fundamentals or get ahead in the six week session.

“R.E.A.D. is proud to have been in business for 35 years serving the East Bay from its San Leandro center,” said Lori Diestel, director of R.E.A.D., Inc. "We focus on each child's needs and work cooperatively with their teachers and parents."

R.E.A.D.’s summer program consists of a six-week session designed for a child’s specific needs. Enrollment is open until June 7 with instruction starting on June 27. Attending READ’s summer program can help children avoid the loss of critical skills during summer vacation while enjoying learning activities for a few hours each week. The program is designed to improve children’s academic skills, focusing on subject areas such as reading comprehension, spelling, writing, phonics, math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, biology, and chemistry. It is also great preparation for expected fall coursework. The program will also reinforce children’s organizational and time management skills.

About R.E.A.D. Inc.
R.E.A.D. is a tutoring service covering elementary school through high school subjects. They have been working with children and their parents since 1975. R.E.A.D. has programs designed to assist students who are experiencing academic difficulties in school due to learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders or poor organizational and study skills. They work in small groups with two to three students per teacher. They operate in the San Leandro area and in the Tri-Valley area of Dublin, Pleasanton, and San Ramon.

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