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Mission Statement

The Schools of Hope AmeriCorps Project's mission is to work with school staff to increase the literacy skills of students of color and those from low-income families. The Project currently serves students in Madison, Middleton, and Sun Prairie. The program is a collaboration of United Way of Dane County, Madison Metropolitan School District, and Centro Hispano, and supported by the Sun Prairie and Middleton-Cross Plains school districts.

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Volunteer tutors are trained and matched with elementary school children in need of additional help with reading. The program works closely with school staff to deliver high-quality academic support for students. AmeriCorps members serve as tutor coordinators in the schools. They are responsible for the recruitment, placement, and support of a diverse pool of community volunteers that includes parents, family members, university students, businesses, faith communities, neighborhood residents, and older adults. There are several components to the Schools of Hope Project: * Trained 1-on-1 to 1-on-3 volunteer tutors for elementary students Ongoing tutor training sessions provided by school district professionals * Tutoring sessions guided by materials provided by the classroom teacher * Books of Hope Bags containing books, supplies & activities for students to keep at home, including bilingual books and activities * Support for school-based family literacy programs

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http://www.schoolsofhope.org

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