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July 20, 2018 – Twenty local grade school students and 13 candidates for a Master’s degree in reading from King’s College recently completed the College’s annual Reading Clinic.

The goal of the week-long event is to pair students looking for assistance in improving their reading comprehension level with people in the master’s of reading degree program at King’s. Many of the master’s degree students are full-time grade school teachers.

Grade school students completing the program are pictured seated, row 1 from left: Aviry Cook, Colin Prawak, Ella Prawak, Evan Walsh, Grace Garcia-Adon, Aiden Walsh, Emelia O’Shea, Allison Desciak, Aleena Choudhry, and Anaya Choudhry. Seated, row 2: Aryella Cook, Noah Balcziunas, Ayden Acernese, Becca Dunn, Karly Harris, Jett Prukala, Jojo Tomasino, Jaggar Prukala, and Aubriella Wojnarski. King’s Education Master’s Degree students, standing from left: Samantha Kozokas, Nicole Velekei-Hydock, Teila McNulty, Jennifer Confletti, Tracy Tomasura, Amanda Carannante, LeeAnn Duda, Jordan Zande, Emily Kesselring, Diane Bojarcik, Carissa Smith, Megan E. Smith, Patrick Brown, and Dr. Jill Yurko, director of graduate programs in reading at King’s.