Tiffany Brocious (left) reads with Karina Wendt, 8, of Middletown, and her teacher, Pam Charity, at the open house Thursday. Brocious is an adjunct assistant professor with the Shenandoah University Reading Department; Charity is a teacher in Loudoun County and a graduate student in SU’s masters reading specialist program. Karina was at the event with her father, Justin Wendt.
Kane Brill, 7, of Frederick County, reads the inscription in a book given to him by his reading clinic teacher, Shenandoah University graduate student and third-grade instructor Lauren Bailey. Brill and Bailey participated in a month-long intensive program put on by SU’s reading department. Thursday marked the end of the program, and an open house was held at the University’s Bowman Building. Kane was at the event with his mother, Danielle Cooper. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Alex Burner, 11, of Woodstock, talks about the monthlong reading clinic he participated in with his teacher, Teresa Cave (center), a Shenandoah University graduate candidate and masters reading specialist, and his mother, Vicki Burner. Cave is a kindergarten instructor at Quarles Elementary School. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
“I read harder books,” said the Frederick County Public Schools student.
He also learned...