Happy 25th Anniversary, Mary!!
Help celebrate Mary Wiese's 25 years of dedication to the Family Literacy Center by making a $25, $125, or $250 donation in her honor! Let's show her how much we appreciate her hard work and devotion to our community.

You can also become an FLC HERO by giving a monthly recurring donation to the Family Literacy Center. It is easy to do on Facebook, through PayPal, or through your online bill pay. ANY amount will help us stabilize our funding and support the education of students in our community. YOUR support is GREATLY APPRECIATED and TRULY MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

Please be sure to let us know if you become an FLC HERO by sending us an email or posting on our Facebook page!

You can donate to the Family Literacy Center by clicking on the link below, going to our website at www.readlapeer.org, sending a check by mail or donating on our Facebook page.

Thank you for your help!!
Great Summer Volunteer Opportunity
for TEENS & Adults!
COVID has caused many of our elementary students to fall behind in their reading and math skills. As a volunteer tutor, you can make a difference and help them read better.

No prior experience is necessary!

The Family Literacy Center will provide a 4 hour training to help you become an effective tutor.
 Location of Training will be determined based on
the amount of participants.

Please register by June 4th,
by calling the Family Literacy Center at 810-664-2737

Please visit our website, www.readlapeer.org, to learn more about the Family Literacy Center.
June training dates to be announced!
Call the Family Literacy
to register: 810-664-2737
Award Winning Partnership!!
The partnership between Family Literacy Center and North Branch Area Schools is an award winning combination! North Branch's Quest High School has been recognized by the Michigan Alternative Education Organization as having the "Best Program Component" of any Alternative Education Program in the state for 2021! The JMG Program at Family Literacy Center works with seniors to provide instruction on employability skills, opportunities for occupational training, and assistance with postsecondary program enrollment as a part of the All S.E.T. program at Quest High School. The JMG Program helps students create a roadmap for after graduation and also provides one year of follow up support after students receive their diploma, which helps to ensure the success of Quest graduates. Congratulations to Quest High School and the JMG Program at the Family Literacy Center!
PLEASE, Consider Giving Monthly!