The Roscommon County Community Foundation (RCCF) is pleased to announce COOR ISD was awarded a $1,474.00 grant. Funding for this grant was provided by the Wade Family Donor Advised Fund.
Funding provided COOR ISD with the Read It Once Again curriculum that is especially designed for children with language delays. The ultimate goal of the Read It Once Again curriculum is to enable those with cognitive impairments and autism to improve their reading skills. According to teacher Kristin Eagle, “Students have completed the first book, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and were able to take a copy home to read with their families!” Students were able to use their TalkTablets in part with the Read It Once Again Curriculum, which were provided by a previous grant through the Community Foundation.
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Pictured: Kyler Greer using his Talk Tablet while participating in the Read It Once Again Curriculum.
Pictured L to R: Back row- Teacher Kristin Eagle, Brandon Christensen, Joslyn Montie, David Johnson and Jonathon Hubbard.
Front Row: RCCF Board Members: Treasurer Mike Burnside, Trustee Dave Harned and Trustee Jim Clabuesch