Boundary Community Literacy Coordinator
250-584-4449 or 250-442-2704
486 72nd Avenue, Grand Forks (Selkirk College)
Monday - Thursday by appointment
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Contact Laurie Grant at 250-584-4449 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to learn more about our FREE programs? See the program descriptions below.
Children and Family Literacy Programs
Alphabet Soup is an early literacy program for preschoolers and their parents or caregivers. Cooking, nutrition, songs, stories and crafts are all centered on a literacy theme.
The Homework Club is where tutors and elders offer extra one-to-one support for elementary school students.
Together to Learn offers parents the opportunity to work on English, math and study skills with a Selkirk College instructor while childcare and a healthy snack is provided for their preschool children.
Adult Literacy Programs
Adult Tutoring Program connects trained volunteers with English speaking or English as a Second Language adults wishing to improve their reading, writing, speaking, listening, math or computer literacy skills.
Community Learning Place is a drop-in space in the Grand Forks and Greenwood Public Libraries for adults wishing to improve their reading, writing or math skills. This includes individual help for those needing help with citizenship exams, learners’ driver's test, or basic computer skills.
Transitional Training Writer’s Group is a monthly workshop hosted through Selkirk College’s Adult Special Education program to help students develop and enhance their reading, writing and comprehension skills.
Writing Our Loud is a 10 week writing course. Adults learn how to awaken their passion for writing using a variety of writing techniques in a supportive and fun environment.