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United Way of Lancaster County is making an urgent appeal for volunteers to serve as reading tutors for children in first through fourth grades, said Melanie Outlaw, executive director of the local United Way.
That because the agency is launching a pilot program to bring volunteers to Brooklyn Springs Elementary School.
It’s part of an effort to help children develop better reading skills at an early age as they make the transition from “learning to read” to “reading to learn.”
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