Evanston Civic Leaders Discuss the Importance of Community Literacy with Brady Sophomores

Snapshot Evanston

Evanston Civic Leaders met with Brady Class of 2018 on campus to discuss the importance of community literacy.  L to R, Teeneka Jones-Gueye, Site Manager of the Infant Welfare Society of Evanston; Jennifer Moran, Director of Leadership Evanston; Karen Danczack Lyons, Director of the Evanston Public Library; Sheila Merry, Executive Director of Evanston Cradle to Career; Juliet Bond, Development Coordinator of Literature for All of Us; Christine Kenny, Executive Director of Literacy Works.

Brady Sophomores at Snapshot Evanston, October 13

After a narrated tour of the City of Evanston highlighting its history, its strengths, and its challenges, Brady Sophomores were acquainted with initiatives to give children under three the start they will need to become productive, educated, healthy, self-sufficient and socially responsible adults.  This will be among the many topics they consider as the basis for their collaborative project senior year.