We have been approved for $5,000 funding for our west valley programs from the West Valley Mavericks!! Thank you so much to the Mavs for your continued support to help us help children improve literacy skills and become better learners in Avondale Elementary School District!! Please share!
He is one of Sophie’s SVP mentors for the Fast Pitch program and has been very supportive, even pitching Read Better Be Better to his broad network of professional contacts! Rick truly understands what #RBBB is all about and tells us that it makes his hair stand on end every time he talks about it! Thank you […]
Melanie, a 3rd grader at Michael Anderson who repeatedly tried to attend the session even though she was not a current participant in the program, had implored to the Site Leader that she “just wanted to read better too”. Great news! Her words per minute have now improved to 61, which takes her one word […]
We are always trying to #BeBetter here at #RBBB! Our 8th grade Reading Leaders expressed that they would like to feel more prepared when they start work with their 3rd grader Reading Learners, and so this semester the Reading Leaders began the program with a session just for them. We used this time for some […]
A 3rd grade Reading Learner from Michael Anderson requested a “paper” for her mom, because her mom wanted to join Read Better Be Better! We love organic parent engagement! Thank you for wanting to be #BeBetter! For tips on how you, as a parent, can help improve your child’s reading, click here. Please share!
Sophie Etchart pitched for the first time as a semi-finalist in the Social Venture Partners Arizona (SVPAZ) Fast Pitch program at ASU SkySong today! (January 20th) All of the semi-finalists attended a presentation workshop last week and had one week to prepare a first draft of a three-minute pitch outlining their organization’s mission, vision and […]
RBBB Site Leader Sue Etchart has been recognized in the AESD Art Walk of Hope! The inscription on the photo says: “This is an ACE. She helps us be successful.” (Angelina Espiracueta from Lattie Coor School). An ACE is an adult in a child’s life who holds them to high expectations or provides opportunities for […]