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A letter from the Teacher

In 2017, I began my journey into education with a passion for literacy development. I completed my Master’s degree in Reading, Curriculum & Instruction, but unlike most people who take the path of a reading interventionist, I never had any intentions towards serving the public education system. My personal vision was to develop the necessary skills to conduct reading diagnostics and intervention, so that I might serve the needs of homeschool parents.

 As a former homeschool parent, I know the reality that parents face. Most parents are truly sincere in their desire to give their child the best education possible, but many times they are lacking the knowledge and skills necessary to do so. I learned very quickly that I needed to form a strong network with other homeschool parents and resources in order to fill in the gaps where my own knowledge/skills were lacking.

I still believe that parents make the best teachers for their children. In the words of our former First Lady, Barbara Busch, “Home is the child’s first school, parents are the child’s first teacher, and reading is the child’s first subject”. The home, the parents and literacy are all important foundational elements in the healthy development of a child, and they are also foundational tools for preserving culture for another generation…a culture that parents get to choose. #POWERTOTHEPARENTS!

While I am qualified to work with K-12th grade readers, I have a proclivity towards early reading development (K-3). As the old adage goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. When a child’s literacy development is properly addressed in the early grades, they are less likely to struggle in the upper grades. 

If you are a parent who is concerned about your child’s literacy development, please reach out to schedule a reading diagnostics session. With a reading diagnostic session, we can determine what your child’s reading levels are: independent & instructional levels. We can determine what your child’s strengths and weaknesses are and how to address their difficulties. We can also find books that are at your child’s independent reading level, so that he/she is able to enjoy reading without high levels of frustration. 

Mrs. Vejar holds a BS in Education & Psychology, an MS in Reading: Curriculum & Instruction and 9 graduate-level hours in English: Writing Studies as well as numerous certifications and awards.

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