Family Literacy Program
As a part of the vital Outreach at St. John’s, the Family Literacy program became a part of the weekly activities in the Parish House during the tenure of the Rev. Laura Myhr in the 1990’s. The Family Literacy at MTCC is a program that applies to all families and all literacy activities that take place within the family. It addresses literacy strengths and needs while promoting adults’ involvement in children’s education, recognizing adults as a powerful influence on children’ academic success. The program provides both parent initiated and child initiated activities to support development of those relationships and to increase the motivation to learn for both adult and child.
- PACT – Interactive literacy activities between parents and their children
- Family and Community Parenting - Education for parents to facilitate children’s learning and becoming full partners in their education.
- Adult Literacy ABE, ASE, or ELA - Parent literacy training that leads to economic self-sufficiency and meets adults’ stated goals.
- Child Literacy – Age appropriate education to prepare children for success in school and life.
More Information:English as a Second Language/Inglés Como Segundo Idioma
8:30am - 12:30pm Tuesday to Thursday at St. John's Parish House (339 South Main Street)/martes a jueves en St. John's
Contact information/Información de Contacto:
Address/Dirección - 316 Baldwin Avenue
Phone/Teléfono - 652-6021 ext. 657
Website/Página Web - www.mcdowelltech.cc.nc.us/adultbasic.html