Schools Honored for Reading Programs

St. Stanislaus and St. Stephen elementary schools were honored with a national award for helping students improve their reading skills. The schools received the Innovations in Catholic Education award in the category of innovative project in curriculum and instruction. This award was developed by Today’s Catholic Teacher magazine, and is awarded annually to Catholic elementary and secondary schools that “have led the way by implementing exemplary, innovative programs to improve the teaching and learning of their students, faculty and staff.” The schools were also honored for establishing a fluency clinic and a literacy lab at St. Stan’s in partnership with UW-Stevens Point. Both programs provide individual support to students who need it.

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