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Osceola County Focuses on Reading Readiness for All

Thirteen percent. It’s not a very big number. Only thirteen percent of Osceola County students entering kindergarten in fall of 2015 were prepared on their first day of school. Not prepared as in...
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Congratulations! You’ve registered for Osceola Reads with Footsteps2Brilliance. Now what?

You have visited OsceolaReads.com and completed registration for Footsteps2Brilliance, allowing you and your child access to the program. Feeling great for taking a step in the right direction to...
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Osceola Reads with Footsteps2Brilliance Aims to Close County’s Literacy Gap

This article first appeared in St. Cloud in the News.   Osceola Reads is a five-year countywide literacy initiative aimed at increasing our children’s literacy rate. Thanks to the School...
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Osceola News-Gazette – Letters to the Editor

This letter first appeared in the Osceola News Gazette. To the Editor: Reading is a critical skill at the heart of all formal education. Children have to be able to read in order to learn. Certainly,...
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Fox 35 Orlando – Osceola County launches new app to help pre-k read and write

  This article first appeared on Fox 35. OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla (WOFL FOX 35) – We’ve heard about prep classes to get kids ready for college or even high school, but what about...
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Around Osceola – School district launches free mobile pre-k app

This article first appeared on AroundOsceola.com. According the Osceola County School District’s statistics, 87 percent of students are not prepared for kindergarten on the first day of school....
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WMFE – Osceola Schools using new app to get kids ready for kindergarten

This article first appeared on WMFE The Osceola County School District is trying to improve literacy for its youngest minds. The “Osceola Reads” initiative centers on a free app for local...
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My News 13 – Osceola schools to release app to help early learning

This article first appeared on News 13 KISSIMMEE —  Less than 20 percent of children in Osceola County are academically prepared for their first day of elementary school. But a brand new app...
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