The COVID-19 crisis has affected each of our lives. Despite a variety of challenges, our community has responded with overwhelming creativity and generosity to provide a lift to those most affected.
Preschool is the time in which the most learning occurs. By the time children reach kindergarten their brains are almost fully developed. With so much information linking a quality preschool experience to sustained academic and life-skills development, perhaps an updated version of the book focusing on “what I learned in preschool” is in order.
By providing critical services to often underserved populations, the nonprofit sector has been a driving force to improve people’s lives while helping to stimulate local economic stability and mobility.
Looking at life through the lens of others can be instructive if not downright enlightening. Many of us who have been in the U.S. for our whole lives take a great deal for granted. We my not feel the sense of urgency to make the most out of each day because we may believe that the same opportunity will present itself tomorrow. The positive change we seek in our annual resolutions doesn’t come without a price, some effort and sacrifice. This is certainly the case with the students of Literacy Volunteers.