Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

When the reading interventionists at McPolin Elementary School realized they did not have enough time to work with students, they added more hours to their day. They now arrive at the school at 7:30 a.m. to have one-on-one time with their students.

A team of five instructors launched a before- and after-school program at McPolin Elementary this school year. With the additional hours, the teachers are able to interact with students who are falling behind in their classes because they struggle with reading. The program is funded by the Park City School District, Park City Education Foundation and the Hall Family Fund.

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Amy Warren, left, works with student Ethan Alejo during the reading
intervention program at McPolin Elementary School.  The school
expanded the program this year to before and after school hours.
(Photo by Laura Todd) 




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