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In some cases, the parents actually go to school and work with the students in the Accelerated Reading program.
The computer program, which students use during and after the school day, provides incentives for kids to reach reading goals. Jennifer Melko, vice president of Pitner's Nike Presto On Feet Women
Koch said her own experience has shown her the value of Accelerated Reading. Her son used the program throughout elementary school, with the exception of his fourth grade year. That also turned out to Nike Air Presto Digi Camo
"For parents to be able to sit down and read with a child may be hard," she said. "With the AR program, to be able to do it in school, it allows them to get reading they may not get."
be the only year in which he didn't get straight A's in his classes.
brought up reading, they seem to be better employees and have a better grasp."
Funds accelerate reading learning
Letalien, owner of Archer Restoration, assisted the school by purchasing web based software and supplies for the reading comprehension program, which will cost around $5,000.
"The parents sit there and the students take the test," said PTSA President Shari Koch.
"It's critical that students at a young age develop a love for reading," she said.
"If the school is dropping a program and the kids are doing well with it, if it goes by the wayside, it's going to be a loss," he said. "The ones who were Nike Presto Womens Grey
Of the 947 students at Pitner, more than 700 use Accelerated Reading, Koch said.
Parent Teacher Student Association, said it provides benefits to students.
Letalien said the Accelerated Reading program allows students to think lessons through, something they can't always do.
ACWORTH When budget cuts jeopardized the Accelerated Reading program at Pitner Elementary School in Acworth, Paul Letalien stepped up.
After the PTSA contacted him about the possibility of Accelerated Reading being canceled, Letalien said he had to take action. He has made previous donations to education, including $50,000 to help start a Ready for Work program at Nike Air Presto Greedy North Cobb High School, which allows to students to learn about construction.
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