Warminster, PA (Sept. 23, 2014) The Centennial Education Association presented a donation of $1,200 to Vita Education Services to be used to help assist in funding the vital literacy programs that Vita offers.
The Centennial Education Association is comprised of teachers in the Centennial School District and has a ten-year history of supporting literacy in the community through donations to libraries, reading programs and other literacy programs.
In accepting the donation, Vita’s Executive Director Linda Wolfson said, “We are pleased to be recognized by the teachers in the Centennial School District for our work to increase the literacy skills of adults and families.”
Vita Education Services offers classes and small group tutoring instruction in literacy and English as a Second Language (ESL) throughout the county, including William Tennent High School in Warminster. Also, a family literacy program is offered in collaboration with Centennial School District and at FDR Middle School in collaboration with Bristol Township School District. In addition, Vita serves both men and women in the Bucks County Correctional Facility with literacy and copyrighted decision-making and job-readiness programs.
Founded in 1971, Vita Education Services is the lead literacy agency in Bucks County and the largest provider of educational programs in the Bucks County Correctional Facility. For additional information, visit www.VitaEducation.org