With school back in session and hybrid or online learning being the standard, Lakewood Memorial Library is here to help! We have assembled the resources below for you and your student to be as successful as possible this school year. Check back often for updates!
Lakewood Family Network
|A Parent and Community Resource Coalition|
Join us for conversation, peer support, suggestions, and much more!
In partnership with JCLC
Meetings Held Monthly
Next Meeting: Tuesday, January 26th
from 6:00pm-7:00pm via Zoom
For more information, contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-763-6234.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 227 348 8009
Elementary Parent/Student Literacy Partners
On Tuesday evenings from 7-8 pm, the Literacy Partners Reading Program will be offering a one on one consultation hour. During this time parents can call, zoom in, or come in to the library talk to a certified reading specialist about any concerns or questions they may have regarding their child’s reading progress. Reading Specialists will be there to listen, offer suggestions, and connect you and your child to the appropriate resources within the school or community.
Consultations are available by appointment only.
Amy Anderson has 20 years of teaching experience in the Jamestown Public School system. Over the course of her career, she has taught grades Pre K thru 4th grade at Bush Elementary School and worked at Washington Middle School for five years as a Reading Specialist. She received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Education and a Masters Degree in Reading from Fredonia State University. Amy is also trained in the Orton-Gillingham approach to strategic decoding and reading strategies and has taken numerous classes and workshops in Brain Based teaching and learning.
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Reading Enrichment Activities
The following enrichment activities were designed by Dr. Nancy Padak as a tool for parents to use to develop their child’s reading skills.
Dr. Nancy Padak is a Distinguished Professor of Education, Emerita, from Kent State University in Ohio. She directed KSU’s Reading and Writing Center and taught in the area of literacy education. She was the Principal Investigator for the Ohio Literacy Resource Center, which has provided support for adult and family literacy programs since 1993. She was also a classroom teacher and district administrator. She is an active researcher, author, and consultant and has served in a variety of professional leadership roles.
Lakewood Memorial Library and CCLS are proud to offer access to NovelNY! With NovelNY, our patrons have access to 40+ databases that further your education!
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