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Free Books to Support Summer Reading

Here at KYOSA, we know that 30 minutes of reading practice a day is an important step to keep growing minds agile and reduce “summer slide.”  Together with our good friends at Save the Children, we’re donating 20,000 American Girl books to help support summer reading programs Read More

This is an emergency. Invest in children or forfeit the future.

Leah, a 7-year-old from rural Eastern Kentucky, struggled with learning to read and wasn’t on track with her peers. Not wanting Leah to fall further behind, her first-grade teacher referred her to Save the Children’s in-school reading program, which boosts literacy growth for young children.  Continue Read More

Community Coalition Mini-grant Recipients Announced

Congratulations to Livin’ Well Larue, Lighten Up Calloway, and Newport Intermediate School — our first ever Community Coalition mini-grant recipients! Livin’ Well Larue’s primary goal is to increase health literacy among rural low-income families.  Their project will target households with children birth to age 8 who Read More