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Read to Succeed

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READ TO SUCCEED! is a children's literacy program that strengthens children's reading and writing abilities by providing free tutorial services. The purpose of the READ TO SUCCEED! program is to provide children, grades K-8, with two hours of free tutorial services a week. The goal of the tutoring is to raise students' reading levels as measured by pre- and post-testing, foster a love for reading within the students, promote students' self-esteem and equip students with specific academic skills and strategies necessary to read.

For more information on Read to Succeed, to become a Read to Succeed mentor or to enroll your child, contact Josh Mallow at 301.687.4191.

Apply to the A STAR! Program

Parents interested in pairing their student with a Read to Succeed mentor should complete the Student Application & Release Form.

Frostburg State University students interested in volunteering as a Read to Succeed mentor should complete the Read to Succeed Mentor Application and return it to the Braddock House.

All AmeriCorps members are required to complete a three part criminal history check. Upon interest being initiated the free online public sex offender registry will be conducted through https://www.nsopw.govAt the point of interview or selection the state and FBI fingerprinting process will be initiated.

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Funded in part by the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

FSU is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities accessible to persons with disabilities. To request accommodation through the ADA Compliance Office, call 301.687.4102 or use a Voice Relay Operator at 1.800.735.2258.