Seventh Annual Speed Scrabble Tournament for Literacy

par READ Saskatoon

  • mercredi, 11 avril 2018 de 2:45 Après-midi à 12:00 Après-midi (HAC)
  • Louis' Loft U of S, 93 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W6

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The Seventh Annual Speed ScrabbleTM Tournament will take place on April 11, 2018 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in Louis' Loft on the University of Saskatchewan Campus. The event, hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Writing Help Centre, and the University of Saskatchewan Students' Union, raises awareness and funds for literacy programming in Saskatoon. Community members, including authors, teachers, and city councilors, as well as students, and university staff and faculty are invited each year to compete in a fast-paced version of the popular board game.

Détails

Agenda:

2:45 Arrival 

3:00 Welcome and team introductions

3:10 Game on! Round robin pt 1

3:40 Round robin pt 2

4:10 Finale 

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Louis' Loft
U of S, 93 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W6

11 avril 2018
mercredi, 11 avril 2018 2:45 Après-midi (HAC)

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READ Saskatoon has a long history as a local literacy organization that offers free literacy services to adults and families. Since 1979 we have provided adult tutoring services with the help of trained volunteers and community partners. Today we have expanded to offer adult, family, and financial literacy programs, as well as literacy facilitator trainings and resources. We Believe: We believe everyone has the right to learn, regardless of age. We believe strong literacy skills are not attained by chance. We believe communities have a right to responsive and effective literacy programs that are attended to with diligence. We believe lifelong habits contribute to strong and resilient communities.