Sedalia Area Literacy Council

The Sedalia Area Literacy Council promotes quality of life by initiating community development projects that support literacy.

The goals of the Literacy Council are to formulate and participate in programs that will increase the literacy rate, promote reading, and link local business, education, and the community. 

Meetings are held monthly and membership is open to all individuals interested in promoting literacy.  For more information please call:

Pettis County Community Partnership (660-827-0560)

Betty Albrecht (660-827-5082)


Activities

Bookmark Contest - An activity held in November for students in the fourth grade to encourage literacy.

Pen Pals - Write to third grade students throughout the school year to exchange letters and share experiences.

Newborn Book Gift - All moms leave Bothwell Regional Health Center with a book from the Sedalia Area Literacy Council, to inspire parents to read to their children.

Radio Book Reviews - Students in the 4th and 5th grade read books from the Mark Twain and Gateway nominee list are then interviewed by a disc jockey on KSIS radio during a live monthly review broadcast.

Building a reader and a library one book at a time! - the Sedalia Area Literacy Council


News


April 23, 2017

17th Annual Tea & Auction

March 24, 2016

16th Annual Tea & Auction

May 11, 2015

Literacy Council Book Drive

April 19, 2015

15th Annual Tea & Auction