61 Goodspeed Drive, Westbrook, CT 06498 • 860-399-0280
Serving the towns of Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Guilford, Killingworth, Lyme, Madison, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, and Westbrook.
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We provide one-on-one literacy tutoring to over 200 adults. We provide flexible hours, individual attention, student centered learning, and high quality, caring volunteer tutors. This one-to-one instruction is held confidential and is completely without charge to the student. Read more
Our organization is constantly growing and gaining students. We provide free, high quality training to adults who would like to become Literacy Volunteers.
Literacy - The Key to Success!
To teach valley shore residents to read, write and speak English to improve their work and life skills in their communities.
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March Book Promotion: March is donation month! Bring in books to be donated and receive $5 off your purchase of $10. $2 Hardcovers and $.50 paperbacks. Open Mondays & Thursdays 9-2 and Tuesdays & Wednesdays 9-3. Every 1st and 3rd Saturday from 10am-12pm
To find out more information about our organization click on the following link to watch video featuring tutor John DaVirro and student Carlos Torres. You can also see it on Valley Shore Community Television www.vsctv.com Click here to see our current student waiting list
Literacy Volunteers Newsletter
Find out what's new at LVVS and all the news by clicking HERE to read the Spring 2016 Edition of The Tutor. Please click here to watch this ProLiteracy sponsored video which highlights the importance of literacy Tutor Training Workshop: The spring 2017 tutor training workshop has been scheduled to start March 23rd. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a tutor please call the office at 860-399-0280 for more information. Click here for upcoming training schedule
Scrabble Scramble Tournament:
Thank you to all who attended the Scrabble Scramble on February 23rd. It was a great event and lots of fun. Special thanks to board member Paula Chabot whose hard work allowed us to have this event and to Madison First Congregational Church who allowed us to hold the event at their facility.