The following are just a few of the signs that would indicate
a child might benefit from an evaluation and/or instruction at our
reading and/or writing
anxious about reading at home or in school/struggles during oral reading
behind in his or her studies
to be taking too long with homework
the words without being able to re-tell the story or understand the
poorly and has difficulty with written expression
difficulty understanding material he or she has read
read, but has difficulty reading "between the lines"
Maximizing Each Child's Potential
The Cardinal Stritch Literacy Centers were designed specifically with
children and reading instruction in mind. We have helped students succeed for
more than 60 years, through applying proven methods tailored to their
strengths, needs, and ongoing progress.
To find out
more about the Cardinal Stritch Literacy Centers, contact the Literacy Center on the main campus in Glendale (414.410.4380).
Families Managing the Process
From initial evaluation through a child's last lesson at the
Center, families have full control. All records are kept confidential, unless
parents choose to involve the school or another resource. If parents wish, our
instructors will participate in conferences with teachers or as part of a team
at a student's school. We also make every effort to accommodate schedules by
offering choices regarding the day of the week a student will attend class.