The Brookline Literacy Partnership is a student-led social justice group at Brookline High School working to promote literacy in areas without adequate access to the necessary resources. We hope to prevent a lack of literacy from acting as a roadblock to self-improvement.
We are currently partnered with the Mather Elementary School in Dorchester, and we work to build up their library, improve their classroom literacy materials, and tutor children. Also, we are currently partnered with Brookline Low Income Housing where we improved their reading room and tutor children. In the past, we partnered with Timilty School to create a book room for student use.
President: Rossella Gargiulo
Tutor Leaders: Rossella Gargiulo, Dana Ebralidze, Sophie Nigrovic
Treasurer: Alex Locke
Spring Tutoring Begins March 18!
The spring season of tutoring begins on March 18. Apply by using the links below.
Click here to apply:
PARENT PERMISSION FORM
The BLP meets in the library after school from 3-4 on Thursdays. If you want to join, just stop by!
Who we are and where we come from...
Click here for our history
A group of adults in the community sharing their expertise...
Click here for more information on our advisory board
Learn more about our community involvement...
Click here to find out about the partnerships we have formed in Brookline