Jim Brown, a local author, has a new book available... A Path to Political Recovery & Spiritual Renewal, a transformative book in today's polarized climate, is now available through various distribution channels.
On Thursday: Lisa Mitchell, executive director of Read To Succeed said that a single 7th grader will be competing against the adult spellers at the spelling bee...
Read To Succeed is in need of more volunteers to help others learn to read.
Read to Succeed is expanding. Adult Literacy Coordinator Carolynn Kobiske tells NewsRadio WGNS they're having a tutor training October 13th and October 20th.
The annual Read To Succeed "Read To Bee Spelling Bee" welcomed 18 spellers to the stage at Patterson Park on Saturday morning, April 18th to compete for the title of 2015 Read To Bee Champion.
Read To Succeed will host their 8th annual Celebrity Spelling Bee on Monday, November 10th at The World Outreach Church. The event will open up with a silent auction at 5:00pm.
Ron Yoshimoto, the statewide special education literacy resource teacher trainer for Hawaii, conducted a 40-hour training program at MTSU to train teachers how to help youngsters having problems with reading.
On Thursday, Read To Succeed held their Me and My Family Night at Cason Lane Academy in Murfreesboro. Jasmine Allen, the mother of Aryana, told WGNS that her daughter had a blast…
Debbie Mankin with Read To Succeed commented on the Me and My Family Night…
Read To Succeed of Murfreesboro was awarded a $2500 grant by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a charitable organization dedicated to enriching the quality of life in the 40 Middle Tennessee counties it serves.
Lisa Mitchell, Director of Read To Succeed, told WGNS the day will be kicked off with a family oriented “Literacy March” down East Main Street…
You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!
Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: