Free tutoring to support reading skills is available through programs at The university of Findlay’s Clubhouse Reading Center.
The programs for grades 1-12 include: 3-2-1 Program averaging three or four children to one tutor, CHIP (Clubhouse Individual Program) for one-on-one tutoring, and The 1882 Club, which challenges kids to read 1,882 minutes in one UF semester.
Allison Baer, Clubhouse Reading Center Director explains, “It’s our pride that we can offer these services for free. Although the majority of children are from Hancock County, children from all school types attend from surrounding counties.”
Children’s reading is assessed receive a reading assessment and Special Needs Intervention Specialists are available to help children progress while keeping them engaged in learning.
Programs are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration opens one week prior to the beginning of the session. The Fall Session begins in early September with registration at the end of August.
The Clubhouse | 300 Davis St.
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