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Read to Succeed Reading Academy Opens Even More Doors

Southeast’s Read to Succeed Plus (R2S+) Reading Academy has expanded its outreach to elementary students in the Sikeston, Kennett, and Poplar Bluff communities.

Under the auspices of Southeast’s Department of Elementary, Early and Special Education, the Academy provides struggling readers in grades 1-5 an environment to take risks and build confidence as they develop literary skills to become proficient readers. While the program is only offered during the fall semester, now is a good time for parents to learn about the program and begin making plans for their child for the next school year.

“We are excited to expand our services and offer more help to students,” said Dr. Debra Porter, associate professor and coordinator of Southeast’s R2S+ program.

Southeast Online and Industry Partnerships Advancing Careers of Area Workforce

Southeast Online’s partnership program is providing the paths employers and employees need to meet their personal and career goals.

“Southeast Online is engaged in and contributing to the educational, economic and social development for people in this region and beyond,” said Chelsea McNeely, director of Southeast Online.

Southeast Online’s industry partners include St. Luke’s Hospital in Chesterfield, Missouri; Citibank N.A. in O’Fallon, Missouri; Mercy Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri; Owensboro Health Regional Hospital in Owensboro, Kentucky; Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center in Poplar Bluff, Missouri; Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Rolla, Missouri; SoutheastHEALTH in Cape Girardeau, Missouri; and Perry County Memorial Hospital and TG Missouri, both in Perryville, Missouri.

Additional Community Partnerships

/ Autism Center for Diagnosis and Treatment opens at Sikeston Campus

/ Students complete 30,000+ community service hours each year

/ Prescription Drug Drop Box open at DPS

/ Community Health Workers tuition waiver available

/ University & Rotary Club of Cape Girardeau celebrate 100-year partnership

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