JAG Students at Central High School Partner with Paws2Read

Students at Central High School are finding that animals, even an Indigo Macaw, can help kids build reading skills.

May, 2015  —  Students from Central’s JAG program, a class that supports academic success, are finding  that animals provide service to humans! Our friends from Paws2Read can make a difference in the real world. 

” The real life implications of this project have given our student’s the opportunity to invest in something that means more than just a grade, said  Vicky Gonzales, JAG coordinator.  “This has given them the opportunity to really step up and show what they are capable of accomplishing. “

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