The latest edition of our tutor newsletter is here! This month we spotlighted our dedicated longtime volunteers, Linda Ellis and Rich Schneyer. Click the download button to read the latest news on our programs and volunteers.
The latest edition of our tutor newsletter is here! This issue of Tutors In Touch highlights a mini grant from the Ramapo Catskill Library System (RCLS) made available to us through the New City Library. The grant allows LSNY to… Read More
LSNY citizenship classes are open for enrollment! Classes begin in November, and are free. Please see the flyer for contact information.
The latest edition of our tutor newsletter is here! This issue of Tutors In Touch highlights a pre-COVID success story, two RCLSlibrarians and the new techniques tutors are using to engage our adult learners remotely. Clink the download button to… Read More
LSNY virtual ESOL classes are beginning in mid-July for both Westchester & Rockland residents. Please see the flyers for contact and additional information. LSNY/Rockland Office for New Americans virtual citizenship preparation classes begin in August as well!
In Memory of Dr. Gerald LenkowitzMarch 2, 1936 – April 6, 2020 This is our moment to celebrate the years of service Dr. Gerald Lenkowitz volunteered as a dedicated literacy tutor for many new English speakers in Rockland County.
Out of an abundance of caution, all Literacy Solutions NY, Inc. operations in both Westchester & Rockland counties will be closed to the public until Monday, March 30th.
The latest edition of our tutor newsletter is here! This month we spotlighted our numerous tutors and citizenship coaches. Clink the download button to read the latest news on our programs and volunteers.
Congratulations to two of our students, Olga & Luanty, who were recently sworn in as citizens! To learn more about our ESOL classes and citizenship events please contact us at: (845) 499-5464 or (845) 826-5022.
The Spring Literacy Links Newsletter is here! This edition focuses on immigration and highlights the Rockland County Clerk Paul Piperto, who over the last fourteen years has sworn in over 14,000 new American citizens. Click the link here to read… Read More