After School Math Club
Students in grades one through three are invited to participate in a five week long after school Math Club each fall. This is a free program designed to boost levels of achievement, engagement and enjoyment of mathematics for students at all levels. Our Math Club is facilitated by highly qualified teachers from Pinckney Community Schools. Activities are often game based, and often include the use of instructional technology. Invitations and permission slips are sent home in late September for this interactive program. Volunteers are welcome!
After School Reading Club
Students in grades K through three are invited to participate in a five week long after school Reading club each spring. This is a free program designed to boost levels of achievement, engagement and enjoyment of literacy for students at all levels. Our Reading Club is facilitated by highly qualified teachers from Pinckney Community Schools. Activities are often game based, and often include the use of instructional technology. Invitations and permission slips are sent home in March for this April program. Volunteers are welcome!
Family Literacy Night “The Main Course”
We offer a free monthly Family Literacy Night called “The Main Course” at Farley Hill. This program is open to families by invitation or to those who express an interest in participation. This is a program that is limited in number for each three-month session. This is an event where families share a dinner table game, enjoy a meal provided by local restaurants and businesses, and then engage in learning sessions. Students receive a free book and a free board game each session. Please drop by the Family Literacy Night bulletin board, which is located in our main hallway to sign up to participate.
Summer Literacy Camp
We offer a free Summer Literacy Camp for students in grades K-3 at Farley Hill. Students are invited to participate based on participation in reading intervention programs during the school day. Information is sent home in May for students who qualify for participation.
We offer a reading intervention program for qualifying students in grades 2 and 3 that takes place during the school day each winter and spring. Community mentors engage in one-on-one literacy activities with students on a daily basis. We are always looking for volunteers to help support this program.
Girls On the Run
What is Girls on the Run? It's a non-profit organization that envisions a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.