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Hesperia Unified School District is Presenting A Read for the Future Program

HUSD students are invited to volunteer for Read For the Future program

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Hesperia Unified School District is Presenting A Read for the Future Program

Children's books located in the library at Oak Hills High School

Children's books located in the library at Oak Hills High School

Sydnie Russo

Children's books located in the library at Oak Hills High School

Sydnie Russo

Sydnie Russo

Children's books located in the library at Oak Hills High School

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The Hesperia Unified School District will be having a Read For the Future program on February 12th. The program will be held for our community preschool and kindergarten students.

HUSD high school students have an opportunity to help with the daycare program. They will be able to volunteer at this program for the chance to have community service hours and possibly put it on their resume.

Read For the Future will start at 6pm and continue to 7pm, leaving an hour to be open for the program. It will be held every Tuesday for the following five weeks. The program provides the tools that the kids will need, such as an iPad. It will be loaned to the family during the time of this program. The San Bernardino County has developed a reading program, Footstep To Brilliance, to use while at home. The Footstep to Brilliance program is a common program used across the country by many children. The only thing that students will have to keep in mind is that they need to provide their own transportation.

“The Pre-K student will be exposed to a phonetic language program where they will learn how to make vowel and consonant sounds and begin to read basic words,” states Robert McCollum, HUSD Assistant Superintendent of Innovative Technology and Communication.

This is an excellent way for OHHS students to help build their resume, receive community service hours, and a way to get involved with our community.

For more information on volunteering for Read For The Future a student may contact Hesperia Unified School District at 760-244-4411.

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