Adult Literacy/ESL Services
Do you need help with your reading, writing or English speaking skills? Learn more...
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Listen to the stories from students and tutors involved with the Solano County Library Adult Literacy Program.
Solano County Library Literacy Services wants young readers to share what they like best about reading and books. Enter our contest!
Reach Out and Read recognizes pediatric checkups as a opportunity to encourage parents to read aloud to their children. Doctors and nurses talk to parents of infants and toddlers about the importance of reading aloud to their children. Medical providers also give free children’s books to families at each well-baby visit. Learn more...
The Families for Literacy (FFL) program is for learners who have a preschool aged child. This program is built upon the premise that the parent is a child's first and foremost teacher. Learn more...
In a partnership with the Sheriff’s Department, Jail literacy is a pilot program that is an effort to decrease recidivism (the rate of people that relapse into criminal behavior after being released and re-entering jail) and have people successfully re-enter society.
The biggest challenge can bring the largest reward. Volunteers here will work with staff from the Sheriff’s Department. We are starting at the Claybank Facility which is a minimum security jail. Volunteers meet with their students in a clean, monitored and safe space. These men and women are just like any of our other learners. They are working towards gaining skills that will aid them in becoming productive members of society.
Change a Life Through Reading
no experience necessary
we prepare you and supply all materials
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Need help with your reading or want to improve
skills for your job? Attend one of our new student
meetings at Fairfield, Vallejo, or Vacaville.
"I hated school. It's embarrassing when your peer would correct your spelling paper and you had practically nothing...The literacy program has really helped me by encouraging me. I never got that when I was a kid."
Listen to Ron's Story
At the Library