REACH K-12 Program

REACH K-12 Program2020-10-27T08:48:46-07:00

K–12 academic support program in mathematics and reading.

About REACH

What is REACH?

An exciting K-12 academic support program in mathematics and reading. REACH is available to students in Lyle and Wishram School Districts. It is a program of Educational Service District 112, a state agency dedicated to providing all students with the opportunity to succeed.

  • In most schools REACH is four days per week, before and after school
  • Instruction is individualized
  • Any student can benefit – on grade, below grade, or above grade level

REACH Focuses on: Relationships, Enrichment, Academics, Community and Homework Help.

Why choose REACH?

We collaborate with local partners to provide exciting enrichment opportunities that engage kids and make them enthusiastic learners.

Benefits of REACH:

  • Services provided at your child’s school
  • Transportation to and from home provided
  • High quality, research-based curriculum and instruction
  • Safe, healthy and supportive learning environment
  • Strong home connection and emphasis on family involvement
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What People Are Saying

“The best part of the REACH program is that my son got the help he needed.”

Program Parent

“I learn a lot of new stuff each day!”

Program Student

“The staff are wonderful. They plan great educational events for the children.”

Program Parent

“I really, really love program and it helps me with everything. In class I could tell that my reading improved.”

Program Student

“Students are able to catch up on missed skills and feel successful.”

Program Staff

Eligibility

Who is eligible for REACH?

Program services are provided free of charge for qualifying families in the Lyle school district and Wishram school district. All fees are paid by the 21st Century Grant.

Our FREE program services include:

  • Quality academic support in math and reading
  • Student assessment to determine individual needs
  • Before and after school program at each school
  • Homework help, remediation and intervention
  • Educational enrichment activities and field trips that make learning fun

Next Steps:

To find out if your family qualifies for this service:

  1. Contact your local school or district office.
  2. Request the REACH program by ESD 112, and fill out the required Enrollment Form.

Interested in working with the REACH Program?

Contact the REACH Program Director, Heather Lopez, to join the REACH team! 

Resources

OSPI Links and Reports

This provides valuable information on 21st Century Community Learning Center Programs.

Washington State Report Card

This includes demographic information, test scores, and more.

http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/

REACH Fact Sheet

Logic Models

Partners

Newsletters

REACH Newsletters

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2022-2023

Archives (2016/2017 – 2021/2022)

Program Contacts

Who to Contact

Fax: 360-750-9142

Vickei Hrdina

Director of Career Readiness & STEM Initiatives

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3427

Email: vickei.hrdina@esd112.org

Heather Lopez

REACH Director

Contact

Phone: 360-952-3421

Email: heather.lopez@esd112.org

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