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Meet our new team member – Claudia!

We're thrilled to introduce you to the newest member of our ALLMemphis team – Claudia Nell! She's joining us as an English Language Arts Coordinator, where she will assist our organization as we expand the scope of our curriculum to cover all aspects of literacy.

Claudia was a professional special educator for 22 years. During her time as a special educator, she fell in love with teaching students to read, write and communicate in order to share themselves with the world. She found success in meeting children and families where they were; collaborating effectively with colleagues; and developing functional plans to attain both academic and social-emotional goals. Join us in welcoming her aboard the ALLMemphis train!

SLICE summer training session!

It’s not too late to register for our SLICE training next week! These trainings are open to ALL members of our community who are looking to increase their knowledge in foundational reading, including general education teachers, special education teachers, ELL instructors, reading interventionists, RTI instructors, parents and school administration. Our next training is June 12-16. Let’s strengthen early literacy skills in our city’s youth – together!

Learn more and register for our June course!

Save the date!

We're excited to announce our annual Ales for ALL fundraiser will take place Thursday, Sept. 28! Join us at Wiseacre Brewing Company on Broad to celebrate another year working with Memphis and Shelby County educators and students. If you are interested in serving as a sponsor, please contact Krista at kjohnson@allmemphis.org.

New on our blog!

This past May, we celebrated World Day of Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which focuses on the richness of the world’s cultures and the essential role of intercultural dialogue in achieving peace and sustainable development. In honor of this day, we wanted to highlight why it’s important for children to learn and read about various cultures.

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