Come to a Reading Party!


Join us for a READWS Reading Party! It’s free!

Bring your children ages 4 -8, and learn fun games to practice reading skills at home, in the car or wherever you want. February 23 – Ashley Elementary School; March 2 – Carter G. Woodson Elementary School. Email or call the READWS office at 336-723-4391, ext 1507 for details!



for Reading Parties

Reading Party parent-oriented seminars teach simple and effective multi-sensory strategies to parents and their children in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. These strategies can be used at home to help strengthen early reading success. Next Reading Party volunteer training: February 27, 2017, 5:30-7:30pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Colhoun Room B

Learn how you can help.

Be the Spark!

Ignite a Reader!

Honor the people who taught you to read by tutoring a struggling reader this year. Learn more about becoming an Augustine Literacy Project® Tutor.

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Our Programs

Augustine Project ®

The Augustine Literacy Project® program trains volunteer tutors who work with low-income students who struggle with reading, writing and spelling. Using Orton-Gillingham based teaching methods, our tutors are changing lives by increasing literacy skills. Find out more about the Augustine Literacy Project® program.

Literate Girls

The Literate Girls program helps identify and educate girls who struggle with reading, writing and spelling.  Did you know reading problems in girls often go overlooked? This program focuses on girls and the literacy skills they need to succeed.  Learn more about the Literate Girls progam..

Educator Training and Support

READWS offers free Orton-Gillingham based training opportunities, resources and support for educators in the Winston–Salem area. We have over 14 years partnering with our local schools to serve economically disadvantaged students who struggle with reading.  Find out how we might help you and your school.

Reading Parties and More!

Join us for a reading party! It’s free! READWS now hosts reading parties to help parents learn fun games they can play with their children. Supporting pre-reading and early reading skills, these games can be played at home, in the car or wherever you want. Learn more about our parent programs and other free resources.

Number of volunteer tutors

Number of schools and after-school locations we serve

Years we've been working to help children improve their literacy skills in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County area

Volunteer tutor hours for 2014-15 school year

023-IMG_0878November 14 – Augustine Tutor Lunch Bunch
November 15- Augustine Tutor Lunch Bunch
November 15 – Augustine Coffee & Conversation, Fulton Family YMCA
Get times and full details on our calendar

January 23 – February 3, 2017 M-F, 8:30 a.m – 2:30 p.m.
(Two-week training to allow for inclement weather)




November 10, 2016 – 6 – 7:30 p.m. Ken Carlson Boys and Girls Club for Boys and Girls Club members only
December 3, 2016 –  10 a.m. to noon at Sciworks  Register

*Must preregister to attend museums for FREE after event!

Yoshimoto OGI Educator Training, July 25 – 30, 2016


Your donations will go to support READWS, home of the Winston-Salem Augustine Literacy Project ® and more. When you give, remember that the gift of literacy is something that can never be lost, stolen, or taken away. It is not disposable. Thank you for supporting READWS on our amazing journey.

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