GRANTS OhioReads Program



OhioReads program awarded $19.7 million in new classroom and community reading grants for the 2002-03 school year. They will fund classroom and after-school reading programs that use volunteer tutors in elementary schools where students had a 75 percent or lower passage rate on standardized reading tests.
COMMUNITY READING GRANTS, AND LOCATIONS:
West Branch Local School District, Knox Elementary School, West Branch School District, $30,000.
Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, Cleveland Elementary School, Youngstown, $21,170.
Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, North Elementary School, Youngstown, $26,500.
Mahoning Valley Women's Political Caucus, Paul C. Bunn Elementary School, Youngstown, $30,000.
CLASSROOM READING GRANTS:
Leetonia Village School District, Washingtonville Elementary School, $60,000
Wellsville School District, Fairview Elementary School and MacDonald Elementary School, $60,000 each.
Austintown School District, Watson Elementary School, $60,000.
Campbell City School District, Penhale Primary Elementary School, $60,000.
Eagle Heights Academy, Eagle Heights Academy Elementary School, $60,000.
Jackson-Milton Local School District, Jackson-Milton Elementary School, $60,000.
Springfield School District, Springfield Elementary School, $60,000.
Struthers City School District, Center Elementary School, Manor Avenue Elementary School and Sexton Elementary School, $59,972 each.
West Branch Local School District, Beloit Elementary School, Goshen Center Elementary School, $60,000 each.
Youngstown City School District, Cleveland Elementary School, $60,000.
Bloomfield-Mesopotamia Local School District, Mesopotamia Elementary School, $57,500.
Howland Local school District, Mines Elementary School, $30,000.
Hubbard Village School District, Roosevelt Elementary School, $60,000.
Niles City School District, Washington Elementary School, $30,000.
Southington Local School District, Southington Elementary School, $55,246.
Source: OhioReads Program

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