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Read @ Home

Native Readers Become Powerful Leaders

About Read at Home

Our Mission

Read at Home, Inc., a nonprofit organization, seeks funding to provide material and training support to early childhood programs and schools that serve U.S. indigenous children ages 2-6.

Research has shown that reading at home has a positive effect on literacy skill development.

We will provide monthly subscriptions to high quality magazines that are age-appropriate, engaging, and easy-to-read. These will be shared with children in class, and then sent home, to support and encourage family members to engage in a variety of literacy activities with their young children.

Upon request, we will also provide training support for staff and/or parents to further support and strengthen family members' literacy skills.

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Read at Home Board Members

Nancy Bo Flood

Nancy Bo Flood

Artist, Author, Educator

President

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Dr. Beverly Klug

Dr. Beverly Klug

Professor Emerita,
Idaho State University

Vice President

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Mary Ann Conrad

Mary Ann Conrad

Educator, Author, Editor

Secretary

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Kathleen Hayes

Kathleen Hayes

Editor, Educator

Treasurer

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SD Nelson

SD Nelson

Author and Illustrator

Board Member

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Trish Polacca

Trish Polacca

Librarian Specialist

Board Member

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