The Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center provides a variety of services to meet the needs of educators, parents, and the community. These services are coordinated by professional faculty in the Reading Department. See below for details and fees.
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Parents and caregivers interested in submitting an application for their child to participate in the Reading Center may do so by submitting the contact form, below:[contact-form subject=”Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center Application Form” to=”email@example.com”] [contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”true” /] [contact-field label=”Address” type=”text” /] [contact-field label=”City, State, Zip” type=”text” /] [contact-field label=”Phone Number” type=”text” /] [contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”true” /] [contact-field label=”Child’s Name” type=”text” /] [contact-field label=”Child’s Grade Level” type=”select” options=”Kindergarten,Grade 1,Grade 2,Grade 3,Grade 4,Grade 5,Grade 6,Grade 7,Grade 8,Grade 9,Grade 10,Grade 11,Grade 12,Other” /] [contact-field label=”Child’s Approximate Reading Level” type=”select” options=”Kindergarten,Grade 1,Grade 2,Grade 3,Grade 4,Grade 5,Grade 6,Grade 7,Grade 8,Grade 9,Grade 10,Grade 11,Grade 12,Other” /] [contact-field label=”Reason for interest in Reading Center services or additional comments” type=”textarea” /] [/contact-form]
Intervention for elementary and secondary students is offered on the Fullerton campus. Clients are served by alumni reading specialists and graduate students completing the requirements for the Master’s Degree in Education with a Concentration in Reading, and/or the California Reading/Language Arts Specialist Credential. Sessions are scheduled once a week for 90 minutes. All testing and instruction is supervised and guided by the Reading Department.
Evaluation of student needs typically begins with administration of an Informal Reading Inventory to estimate current reading level for initial instructional activities. A plan for follow-up testing and specific intervention is then developed and implemented throughout the semester. Each clinician summarizes their work with a student in a formal case report, which concludes with recommendations to parents and teachers for continued instruction.
The Reading Center is designed to provide an engaging and supportive environment for various ages and learning styles. A wide assortment of instructional supplies and materials is available, including books, instructional games, and instructional technology. Clinic tuition is $300 per semester. Tuition assistance may be available, with documentation of free/reduced lunch qualification.
Assessment packages are available through the Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center. Screenings are conducted by reading specialist alumni. Clients receive a report detailing reading and literacy levels, strengths, needs and suggestions for intervention. The fee for this service is $250. Assistance may be available with documentation of free/reduced lunch qualification.
Private Tutorial and Assessment Services
For community members interested in private tutorial serves, the Hazel Miller Croy Reading Center maintains a list of qualified reading specialists who can accommodate a variety of reading and literacy needs.
For more information, please contact the Reading Department at 657-278-3497.