I hope you are having a wonderful summer full of fun with family and friends.
During the months of May and June, we begin to receive graduation announcements from our community.
Are you ever curious what it’s like to be in someone else’s shoes? Have you ever wished you could learn more about what your child, friend, grandchild, or someone in your life is experiencing when they say they have dyslexia or when you hear they struggle to learn how to read?
I love a good book. There is something about picking one up, feeling and smelling the paper, reading the teaser, and then opening that first page and preparing to begin a new story.
It is with deep sadness we learned today about the tragedy unfolding at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
At Hamlin Robinson School, we are acutely aware how quickly struggling readers fall behind in school.