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What is One to One?

One to One provides all members of our community (business, parents/guardians, faith-based and involved citizens) an opportunity to play an integral role in helping struggling students with the support they need to be successful in reading. 

One to One gives schools a committed trained cadre of volunteers dedicated to helping students achieve. One to One Coaches meet once a week, one-to-one with a first through third grade student who is struggling with reading and math.

One to One Parents as Partners provides a multigenerational approach by working with parents/guardians in the same school communities where One to One Coaches are tutoring students. Parents learn effective reading strategies to use with their child to help increase their growth in reading.

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Return on Investment: Since 2008, One to One has increased participation from 4 to more than 30 partner schools and provided academic support in reading for more than 4,000 students and given 8,156 books to children we coach and their families. On average, 88% of the students coached have made continuous progress in reading achievement.

Why Should You Become a Coach? 
Hear from One to One Coaches and Administrators!

New One to One Coach Trainings!
Scott County, August 8th and 10th
Both sessions 10-3, Lunch Provided
Scott County Public Library

Register for 1 session only
To attend August 8th, Click here: https://forms.gle/AtbGUioLXhd8sdXj9
To attend August 10th, Click here: https://forms.gle/su4CdWc8vKFouRfs7

Interested in becoming a One to One Reading Coach?

Contact Us: ppage@nkyec.org

or 

Complete form below

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Help One to One Change Lives!

Reading on grade level by 3rd grade is a determining factor of a student's future academic success. Literacy is the great equalizer, especially for children of color and children living in poverty. When you give to One to One, you help us reach even more students, serve more families and strengthen efforts to improve early literacy in Northern Kentucky.

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NKYEC and One to One: Practicing Reading 

would like to thank the following sponsors & partners:

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One to One Schools

Bellevue Independent School District

Grandview

Boone County School District
Burlington
Hillard Collins
North Pointe 

Stephens
                        
Campbell County School District
Campbell Ridge
Crossroads

Covington Independent School District 
Glenn O’ Swing
John G. Carlisle
Latonia
Ninth District
Sixth District

Dayton Independent School District
Lincoln 

 

Erlanger-Elsmere Independent School District

Arnett

Dorothy Howell 

Lindeman
 

Kenton County School District
River Ridge
Taylor Mill 

Ludlow Independent School District
Mary A. Goetz

 

Newport Independent School District
Newport Intermediate
Newport Primary

Pendleton County School District

Northern

Southern

 

Scott County School District

Southgate Independent School District

Southgate Elementary 

Walton-Verona Independent School District
Walton-Verona Elementary

-Colorado-

Durango School District 9-R

Animas Valley
Florida Mesa
Fort Lewis Mesa 
Needham
Park
Riverview
Sunnyside 

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