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Home - Readers Are Leaders proudly sponsored by KCN DONATE DONATE Home Our Program Our Program Jump Start testimonials Golf Classic Gallery Sign Up Sign Up Donate Forum Contact today a reader, tomorrow a leader A program offering struggling readers a path to success and challenging student athletes to become mentors and role models Learn More bring readers are leaders to your school A team of educators, student-athletes, and sponsors working together to empower young readers Learn More Mission Our mission is to provide learning opportunities and essential reading strategies to at-risk elementary students from families with limited financial resources, and at the same time develop high school student-athletes as role models and mentors. Philosophy By building a team of dedicated educators, student-athletes, and generous sponsors, we can provide high expectations, engaging books, and one-on-one support that will help struggling readers achieve both personal and academic growth. Growth Since 2003, we have worked in communities building partnerships, donating books, and evaluating the success of our program as we grow. We are now located in over thirty locations in the Virginia and Maryland, and have recently expanded to North Carolina and Florida, Memphis and Detroit. From our founder Wendell Byrd The Readers Are Leaders program offers a path to success for struggling elementary school readers by creating opportunities for growth and achievement. We target students who need a helping hand today so that they may become the responsible citizens, problem solvers, and leaders of tomorrow. Coaches involve their student-athletes in this program to present opportunities to grow by reaching out to others. These athletes become role models and coaches, offer their friendship, patience, encouragement, and enthusiasm as they help struggling or unmotivated students move up the academic ladder. Elementary school administrators join the program because they have a population of at-risk readers, who need an extra push to help them become successful. Once they see the personal and academic growth of their students, they invite us back year after year. Our struggling readers usually respond well to focused, one-on-one mentoring. They see themselves as special because a high school student-athlete thinks reading is important and cares enough about them to help them improve. These students will often develop a more positive attitude about reading, more confidence in themselves, and a stronger sense of belonging in a community that cares. We build a team that includes our generous sponsors and dedicated educators. It is the commitment, support, and enthusiasm of these sponsors, educators, and student-athletes that are responsible for the growth of our young readers and for the success that the program has achieved. ∨ School Partnerships∨ Virginia Briar Woods HS – Moorefield Station ES (Loudoun County) Broad Run HS - Dominion Trail ES (Loudoun County) Centreville HS - James & Marguerite Mott CC (Fairfax County) Dominion HS – Sugarland ES (Loudoun County) Edison HS – Rose Hill ES and Lane ES (Fairfax County) Falls Church HS - Graham Road ES - James Lee CC (Fairfax County) Hayfield HS – Hayfield ES (Fairfax County) Herndon HS – Hutchison ES & Herndon ES (Fairfax County) Lee HS – Lynbrook ES (Fairfax County) Loudoun Valley HS - Kenneth W. Culbert ES (Loudoun County) McLean HS - Timber Lane ES (Fairfax County) PACE East Program (K-12) (Prince William County) Potomac Falls HS – Meadowland ES (Loudoun County) ***Rock Ridge HS – Rosa Lee Carter ES (Loudon County) South County HS - Laurel Hill ES (Fairfax County) South Lakes HS - Hunters Woods ES – Terraset ES - Southgate CC (Fairfax County) Stuart HS - Bailey’s CC (Fairfax County) Tuscarora HS - Frances Hazel Reid ES (Loudoun County) Wakefield HS – Claremont ES (Arlington County) Washington-Lee HS – Tuckahoe ES (Arlington County) Westfield HS - London Towne ES (Fairfax County) Woodbridge HS - Old Bridge ES (Prince William County) Woodgrove HS - Mountain View ES (Loudoun County) Yorktown HS - Nottingham ES (Arlington County) Michigan MLK Jr. – Ralph J Bunche Preparatory Academy ES (Wayne County, MI) Maryland Paint Branch HS – Greencastle ES – Fairland ES (Montgomery County, MD) Tennessee Douglass HS – Springdale Memphis Magnet ES (Shelby County, TN) Florida Zephyrhills HS – West Zephyrhills ES (Pasco County, FL) stay connected Keep up with recent activity in Readers Are Leaders Optional email code SUBSCRIBE Moorefield Station Elementary Jan 07, 2015 In our first year working with the Readers Are Leaders program at Moorefield Station Elementary we worked with the cheer squad from our feeder high school, Briar Woods. We completed a training session and then assigned cheerleaders to students from grades K, 1, and 2. The first session was an... Read more > Briar Woods Cheer Team Jan 07, 2015 The Briar Woods cheer team worked with kindergardeners- 2nd graders at Moorefield elementary. Although this was a project we took on to help elementary school children; I believe the High school cheerleaders actually learned more than they taught! At the conclusion of our session, many of my kids expressed to... Read more > Tweets by @RAL_NonProfit “I loved reading with my buddy and having him listen to me. It really helped me get into the books. I learned that some books don’t sound very good, or may not be your type, but you should give them a try. Chris helped me realize that.” 5th Grade Student “The best thing that happened was that I got to read with a great partner. I liked to read with my partner he was so nice. Every day when we finished the book he would say you did an awesome job. That made me feel good.” Erika, Elementary School Student “My favorite thing about the program was seeing the smile on my kid's face every day when I would arrive. It was nice to see how excited she was to read that day. She made getting up early worth it. Her reading improvement was astounding.” Travis, High School Baseball Student “(Her) reading level grew tremendously as we noticed her enjoying reading vs. looking at it as a chore…. She was thrilled about getting to read with a high school student which made her feel very special. Jaylyn went from being behind on her reading level to reading on the same level as her classmates…. It really gave her the extra boost in confidence she needed.” John and Crystal Cassell, parents “It is often difficult for our at-risk students to connect with others, as they have experienced many disappointments at home, at school, and in the community. Your program gives both readers and mentors the opportunity to build positive peer relationships and self esteem. We then encourage them to broaden newly acquired social skills beyond the Readers Are Leaders program.” Mitch Axman, Teacher/Coach “The excitement about reading that Readers Are Leaders instills in our students and the relationships they build with their mentors make this program very successful in raising reading achievement for our struggling students.” Cathy Podagrosi, Reading Specialist “This program allowed for many of the players in my program to grow as they spent time with the elementary students. They were very aware of the positive impact they were making on the students, and little did they know the impact that the elementary students were having on them.” Mark Bauer, Head High School Baseball Coach see more testimonials ? 2016 Readers Are Leaders Site designed by HERMAN-SCHEER Created with NationBuilder Site designed by HERMAN-SCHEER Whois