Village Library Students Receive Recognition From Duke University
This school year, two of our Village Library students were selected for the Duke University Talent Identification Program!
In order to be chosen for the program, students must test above a 95% on their STAAR test in either reading or math. Some of the benefits include the opportunity to take the SAT test as a 7th grader and they also get information about camps and opportunities for gifted students.
These amazing 7th grade students joined the Village Library program with a severe academic need, so this is truly a great honor and a testament to their hard work. The volunteers at the Village Library do such an amazing job working with students one-on-one. Students get help with their homework and that allows them to thrive in their studies all around. We couldn’t be more proud!