New Centennial School District Superintendent Dr. David Baugh paid a visit to Vita’s Family Literacy program, which is held in collaboration with the school district at its administration building in Warminster. He met with Family Literacy Instructor Iryna Yefimenko and Family Literacy Teaching Assistant Andrea Kim to introduce himself and share that he is informed about the importance of the program and values the work Vita is doing to help Centennial ESL families. He then stopped by the Family Literacy class to meet and interact with the students.
Family Literacy is a program to assist English as a Second Language parents in gaining the literacy and parenting skills they need to become full partners in the educational development of their young children. It promotes parents’ involvement in their children’s education as their children’s first teachers. Vita also collaborates with Centennial School District to offer Basic Literacy, ESL, and GED preparation evening classes for adults at William Tennent High School.