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December 30, 2011 > Project READ spreads literacy

Project READ spreads literacy

Submitted By Donald Plehn

ClickN KIDS continues its donation and fundraising program to Mission Hills Middle School, a private school in Union City, spreading literacy through its Project READ program. Mission Hills Middle School is the most recent recipient of 40 licenses from ClickN KIDS for their Looney Tunes Phonics software donation, valued at over $1,000.

This donation will enable the school to have their students work independently with very little supervision while they are engaged and incentivized. The state of the art phonics reading program, Looney Tunes Phonics incorporates all their favorite Looney Tunes characters. ClickN KIDS utilizes the power of the internet to deliver interactive and individualized programs that incorporate animation, sound and instructional design while meeting school requirements and directly aligns with core curricula.

The first of its kind, Project READ is a cause towards the No Child Left Behind Act, and an educational fundraising program where ClickN KIDS will donate licenses of their online phonics reading software to qualifying schools/organizations to assist their immediate educational needs and fundraising endeavors.

If you would like more information, visit www.clicknkids.com.

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