This Sunday, a representative from Lakes and Bridges Charter School will be discussing our school and its role in the community, as well as signs of dyslexia and how to recognize it, at the Clemson Area African-American Museum's Third Sunday event. The event is free and open to the public.
The Third Sunday events at the CAAAAM include speakers who inform the community about issues of importance to them. At the November 20 presentation, the first speaker will be Rosa B. Grayden from Clemson University, who will discuss identity theft and how to protect yourself.
After Ms. Grayden's presentation, Lakes and Bridges' committee members will present about the school and answer any and all questions about our vision, mission, plans and what the community can expect from the school. We're also looking forward to discussing what dyslexia is, the signs of this learning challenge, and how parents and teachers can help their children who are struggling to learn to read.
We hope you'll join us at this engaging community event.
Third Sunday Event
November 20, 2016 at 3:30 p.m.
Clemson Area African-American Museum
The Calhoun Bridge Center, 214 Butler St., Clemson, SC.
For further information, contact:
Pat Kemp, 864-506-1057, or Larry Walker, 864-985-2891, or Deborah Hamilton, 864-247-1257.