Welcome to Skyline Literacy Coalition


Photo - Skyline Building


Do you need to learn English but don't like big classes? Then Skyline Literacy Coalition is the place for you.

At Skyline Literacy Coalition, you can find a tutor to:

  • help you learn English
  • improve basic reading and writing skills
  • prepare for the GED test
  • prepare for getting U.S. Citizenship
  • or anything that you want to learn.

A tutor teaches only one person or a small group of people at one time. Students do not ay for tutors at Skyline Literacy Coalition. The tutors work for free. 

 

Photo - Student getting help
Guadalupe Morales helps student (TBS) with an assignment

 

If you want to find out more about Skyline Literacy Coalition, go to the Skyline Literacy Coalition office. You will talk to one of the staff members. They can help you fill out an application form for a tutor.

Photo - Skyline staff
Recruitment Coordinator Guadalupe Morales (left), tutor coordinator Jeanne Ruff (center), and Director Jay Morgan-Bungard of Skyline Literacy Coalition

 

You can also call them at (540) 879-2833. Skyline Literacy Coalition is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Fridays.
For a map and directions to Skyline Literacy Coalition and more information about the services they offer, go to http://www.skylineliteracy.org

Students at Dayton Learning Center in Dayton, Virginia, researched, wrote, and contributed this story.


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Last Updated On Wednesday February 19, 2003 8:03 AM