Nov 242013
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER – Help the school library at River City High School encourage young readers: donate a few dollars for the purchase of new books. You may mail a check to River City High School Bookkeeper, Attn: Library Donations, 1 Raider Lane, West Sacramento CA 95691. Or you may donate online at http://donations.juniorlibraryguild.com/rivercity_hs.html. Staff [...]

Mar 262013
 
Westfield families celebrate reading -- city councilmen & others help out

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 13, 2013 – Westfield Village Elementary School in West Sacramento celebrated “Read Across America” week with its own family literacy celebration on Feb. 27. Over 200 children and parents showed up, receiving information in English and Spanish on things families can do at home to promote reading and literacy. Several [...]

Mar 162013
 
Big kids helping little kids

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MARCH 6, 2013 –  The volunteers’ mission was to listen to second-grader Abby Saechin (center) practice her reading skills. The program runs Fridays 4-5 p.m., courtesy of the River City High School Interact Club and a local Rotary Club chapter. For information, or to sign up a youngster, call 375-6465. (Courtesy [...]

Feb 062013
 
RCHS student volunteers help younger kids with their reading

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 23, 2013 – River City High School’s community service club, called the ‘Interact Club,’ is now working with the local library branch on a program to help kids read.   In the ‘Reading Buddies’ program, two Interact Club members will spend time listening to first- and second-graders practice their reading [...]

Jun 092012
 

FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — MAY 30, 2012 – Pizza coupon for youngsters, tablet computer raffle for teen book reviewers during library’s summer reading program From the County of Yolo The Yolo County Library is rolling out its ever-popular summer reading program starting June 1.  The program runs through mid-August and will include free reading clubs [...]

Oct 042011
 

    NEWS-LEDGER – SEPT 28, 2011 – The Yolo County Library now subscribes to a new reading program that can be accessed by parents, teachers and children from home. “Scholastic BookFlix” pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks. There are Spanish-language versions of some pairings. For information, visit www.yolocountylibrary.org.