Kissimmee, FL (September 11, 2020) – Sheriff Russ Gibson and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office have sponsored a technology station to support the Osceola Reads program, a countywide literacy initiative that offers the Footsteps2B
rilliance reading app, as well as tips for parents to help prepare their children for kindergarten, to all Osceola County children at no cost. The station includes two iPads for children to utilize the Footsteps2Brilliance app and help take their minds off their current situation while spending time at the Community Hope Center. Attached to each station is an access code and instructions on how to utilize this resource. Children can also log in using their own Super Secret Code if they have already registered for free at OsceolaReads.com.
“Our children are our most precious resource and worth every penny we can invest in their future,” said Sheriff Russ Gibson.
The Community Hope Center is dedicated to the health of our community, is focused on social distancing and sanitation, and will be taking extra precautions to keep our community’s littlest learners safe. To learn more, please view their procedures on their website.
The Osceola Reads Sponsor a Station program provides community organizations and businesses the opportunity to sponsor a technology station in and around their business or another location of their choosing in Osceola County. The Sponsor a Station program assists Osceola Reads in bringing resources into the community that will allow families to utilize the Footsteps2Brilliance reading app.
The Osceola Reads initiative is sponsored by the School District of Osceola County, the Education Foundation of Osceola County, the Osceola County Board of County Commissioners, the cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud, and the Early Learning Coalition. If you or someone you know may be interested in sponsoring an Osceola Reads Station, please visit the website at www.OsceolaReads.com/SponsorAStation, or contact the team at email@example.com.