Local NAACP chapter kicks off summer reading program
JACKSON, Tenn. — One of this summer’s biggest reading campaigns kicked off Tuesday.
Hoping to help students looking to learn over the summer, the Jackson-Madison County Chapter of the NAACP hosted the first of four “Reading Round-Up” days.
According to organizers, part of what makes the program work includes getting trained educators back in the swing of learning.
“We’ve got veteran educators that have done this that know what works, and they will be making sure that the children get what they need,” said Gloria J. Sweet-Love, President of the Tennessee State Conference of the NAACP.
Reading Round-Up days will be held every Tuesday of this month, which are June 14, 21 and 28.