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Each year, the West Virginia Library Commission partners with the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), a national organization providing high-quality, low-cost materials for libraries, to help libraries facilitate summer reading programs.
Children, teens and adults are encouraged to participate throughout the summer in a variety of reading and education programs in the state’s 171 public libraries.
Teachers spend an average of 4-6 weeks re-teaching material that students have lost during the summer months.
Access to books and learning opportunities during summer is critical for all children and teens, but especially for those from low-income households.
“A simple activity such as reading 30 minutes a day can help prevent the slide,” said Lisa Hechesky, WVLC Summer Reading Coordinator.