Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition
GARY | Ms. Ethridge, from the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition, reads to Mrs. Zrudzinski's class for Dr. Suess's birthday.
GARY | 21st Century Charter School will create and host a monthly after school literacy program for children in grades 1 to 3 called Building Literacy with Legos with help from a Ken Woodruff Mini Grant awarded by the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition.
MERRILLVILLE | Pictures may tell a thousand words, but words are the reason for the pictures when the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition celebrates its Time Out for Reading program.
EAST CHICAGO | An enthusiastic team of from the Legacy Foundation won bragging rights by spelling down a worthy opponent from the Lake County Public Library at the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition’s 25th Annual Executive Spelling Bee, held at Ameristar Casino East Chicago on Sept. 25.
HAMMOND | Students at St. John Bosco School have thought a lot about the importance of reading. They won the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition’s “Ten Reasons To Read” Contest.
MERRILLVILLE | Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition and Books to Bridge the Region made their annual presentation to area school superintendents at the Northwest Indiana Public Schools Study Council meeting last week.
MERRILLVILLE | Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition and Books to Bridge the Region made their annual presentation regarding this year's literacy promotion to area school superintendents at a recent Northwest Indiana Education Study Council meeting at the Merrillville Community School Corp.'s…
MERRILLVILLE | Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition was thrilled to accept the third of three annual $5,000 donations recently from TransCanada's ANR Pipeline LP.
MERRILLVILLE | Ninety percent of a person's brain growth takes place before the age of 3, which is why early childhood education is so important to Northwest Indiana families.
CROWN POINT | Thousands of people across Northwest Indiana joined the Northwest Indiana Literacy Coalition and took Time Out For Reading on Oct. 1, many donning red clown noses to signify that they were "putting their nose in a good book" to celebrate the importance of reading.
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