Students in grades K-6 have an opportunity to get six weeks of personalized reading and writing instruction at Concordia University, starting Saturday, Feb. 17.
Through its Center for Literacy, Concordia is offering small-group reading and writing lessons taught by the school’s graduate and undergraduate students. The classes are being coordinated by the center’s Executive Director, Dara Soljaga, and Kari Pawl, the center’s Director of Early and Elementary Programs. Both are PhDs in Concordia’s College of Graduate Studies in Literary and Early Childhood Education.
The classes will be held from 10-11:30 a.m. each Saturday from Feb. 17 through March 24 at the Christopher Center at Concordia, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest. The cost is $60 for the six weeks, with a partial refund available for good attendance.
Classes are open to students both in and outside of Cluster Tutoring. To register, parents can fill out an online form here. For more information, contact Cluster Executive Director Kara Kalnitz (email@example.com), 773-378-5530.