SU summer clinic helps kids with reading

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Posted: July 25, 2013

The Winchester Star

Frederick County Middle School rising sixth-grader Ben Saupp (from left), 11, Shenandoah University graduate students Lisa Mongold and Tammy Roberts and Mountain View Elementary School of Prince William County fifth-grade student Maddie Shaw, 10, read a poem the students will be reciting at the Shenandoah University reading clinic. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Shenandoah University graduate student Tiffani Haney works with Sacred Heart Academy second-grader Clara Payne, 7, as she summarizes a learning experience at the university’s reading clinic.
Barbara McGonagill works with Evendale Elementary School third-grader Madison Hockensmith, 8, Wednesday morning at the Shenandoah University reading clinic. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Rising sixth-grader Benjamin Saup has become a better reader over the summer.

All it took was one month in Shenandoah University’s Reading Clinic for the Frederick County middle-schooler…



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