SHARP Literacy’s A Novel Event 2016 was a fabulous success! John Quiñones’ uplifting and inspiring message was enjoyed by all! Thank you all for coming. You can watch an interview with John Quiñones here.
Mitch Teich from Milwaukee Public Radio interviewed John Quiñones last week for his program, Lake Effect, 89.7 WUWM. That recorded interview is scheduled to air on Lake Effect at 10:00 am, Wednesday, October 5th. John Quiñones is the keynote speaker for SHARP Literacy’s A Novel Event 2016. Purchase your tickets by October 10th to hear John Quiñones speak at A Novel Event: sharpliteracy.org, email: email@example.com, or call 414-410-3204.
SHARP Literacy continues to make news as part of its partnership with Neighborhood House.
One of SHARP’s summer programs culminated in a beautiful way!
SHARP Literacy was honored to have Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee Police Department Ed Flynn read to students to kick off our August Reading Initiatives, MKE Kids Read: Books for Keeps and Summer Reading Challenge
Fox6’s Katrina Cravy features SHARP Literacy’s summer programs that combat the summer slide.
SHARP Literacy’s 20th Anniversary celebration continues to receive news coverage
It was both a thrill and an honor to encourage and congratulate our young runners at Kids Run to Read.
I am excited that SHARP’s 3rd annual Kids Run to Read will happen at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 11 at Henry Maier Festival Park. It is a pleasure to have Marquette Golden Eagles basketball team Coach Steve Wojciechowski as co-chair for the event.Today’s TMJ4 gave us the opportunity to talk about the event.
Lynda Kohler and Daryl Johnson participate in Mitzvah Day.
SHARP Literacy hosted an all-city Young Authors’ Summit on Friday, May 8.
SHARP Literacy was recently featured in Messmer Catholic Schools’ spring 2015 newsletter. What a fantastic testimonial to the efficacy of the SHARP program! Please follow this link to read the newsletter article about SHARP Literacy. Thank you, Messmer! (April 22, 2015)
At Brown Street Academy I watched a transformation happen with the children in front of me. Three classes of 2nd grade students filled the room, and we traveled on a journey, experiencing different weather fronts and forms of water. We explored the fish breathing in the streams and the way the ice crystals of a frozen pond make our winter skies a muted rainbow.