Project Read - Menlo Park 800 Alma St, Menlo Park, CA94025 Project Read-Menlo Park is a literacy program for adults. Tutors and volunteers help adults learn basic reading and…More writing skills. This organization offers free tutoring training for volunteers. Reading and writing lessons are confidential. This program also offers English-as-a-second-language courses.
Menlo Park is proud to be home to the very first Reading Partners center, located at Belle Haven Elementary School on…More the corner of Ivy Drive and Chilco Street. Situated next to the library, this Reading Partners center was launched in 1999 to help children who were struggling to read transform into confident readers and become excited about learning. Reading Partners now has 20 on-campus centers in the Bay Area, and has expanded into the high-need areas of Sacramento, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.</p>
<p>Reading Partners relies on its volunteer tutors to achieve its 80 percent success rate of greatly improving students' reading capacity. Reading Partners boasts an extremely impressive four-year run of a 100 percent teacher satisfaction rate.</p>
<p>For donations, please contact Allison Cohen at 408-750-4052 or <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> .</p>
First Church of Christ, Scientist Reading Room 1127 Chestnut St, Menlo Park, CA94025 This reading room is provided by the First Church of Christ, Scientist as a place to read the Bible, and explore…More interpretations thereof. Publications such as The Christian Science Monitor are available to peruse or borrow. Additional online resources can be found <a href="http://www.csmenlopark.com/aresources.shtml">here.</a>
Kumon of Menlo-Atherton 887 Oak Grove Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 The Kumon Math and Reading Center tutors children from kindergarten to grade 12 and helps improve their skills in math,…More reading and learning principles. Its goal is to help kids achieve their full potential. The Menlo Park Kumon Center is convienantly located on Oak Grove Avenue, and features plenty of parking in back.
This local volunteer organization is dedicated to the growth and improvement of the Menlo Park Public Library. It…More raises money by hosting events and fundraisers, including an annual book fair, special quarterly sales and by selling donated items in the Friends Bookstore.</p>
<p>The library hosts weekly reading and story time programs for children, film discussion groups for adults and free reading clubs and programs during the summer.</p>
This small preschool is run by a group of women devoted to instilling a sense of intellectual curiosity and…More well-being in their students. Patricia Roberts founded the school in 1975 with her daughter Brenda Roberts, a kindergarten teacher. The curriculum is styled after the research of child psychologist Jean Piaget, who advocated educating children in a well-balanced way in a variety of subjects. Students engage in such educational activities as pre-reading/reading and mathematics, dramatic play and language. Teachers encourage the development of large and fine motor skills. There are regular field trips. Enrollment is open until the school reaches its capacity at 46.</p>
Madam Katherine, Psychic Reader 135 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA94025 Madam Katherine provides palm readings and other psychic services to clients in Menlo Park and the surrounding…More communities. Call her office for further information or to schedule an appointment.
Atherton Library 2 Dinkelspiel Station Ln, Atherton, CA94027 Atherton Library is a public library within the San Mateo County Library system. It features a large collection of…More materials. It also provides a variety of community resources, including public computers, Wi-Fi and tax resources, as well as events and programs that include children's story times, knitting groups and computer coaching. There also is a garden available behind the building with areas to read or use your laptop.
Home of Christ Church 基督之家第一家 71 Bay Rd, Menlo Park, CA94025 This bilingual church offers sermons in Chinese and English. Each week, the Bible passage that the congregation reads is…More featured on the church's website, and an MP3 of the sermon is provided. The Home of Christ Church provides <a href="http://hoc1.org/EnglishMinistry/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=28">a net Bible</a> for those who refrain from purchasing a paperback for environmental reasons.