DLC Set to Reopen

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

The Dominican Literacy Center will reopen on August 3, 2020, and tutoring for students and tutors will begin September 10, 2020. More information to follow.

COVID-19 Update/Actualizacion

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

The Dominican Literacy Center will continue to be closed while social distancing is still in effect.  The Center will re-open when social distancing is no longer mandated, and when Aurora East District 131 re-opens for classes. This closing includes: Women’s ESL Tutoring Conversation Classes Citizenship Classes We will post information and notices on our website, www.dominicanliteracycenter.org, and on our Facebook Page, … Read More

Canceled Classes

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

We are canceling classes at the Dominican Literacy Center until April 5th. There will be no tutoring classes and no conversation classes at the center until April 6, 2020. We are closing in conjunction with the closing of classes in School District #131. Thank you for understanding and please stay safe!

Congratulations!

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

Francisca recently graduated after completing 3 years of tutoring.  She is holding her certificate.  Her tutor, Kathleen, is also in the photo. Many students graduate this past week.

Ten New Tutors Trained!

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

A big Welcome and Thank You to the 10 new tutors who have completed the training and have been matched with students! You are all so appreciated!

AmazonSmile Holiday Hack

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

During the holidays, remember that when you shop at smile.amazon.com you generate AmazonSmile donations for Dominican Literacy Center Aurora.

Congratulations!

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

Clara passed her Naturalization test and is now a U.S. citizen.  She is holding her certificate which she received at her oath ceremony.  She also is now registered to vote!  Her teacher, Sr. Jane Ann, is also in the photo.

Ofrenda for Day of the Dead

Sr. Kathleen RyanPress

Our Monday evening Conversation Class group created this “ofrenda” to celebrate the Day of the Dead.  Students at the DLC are invited to place their own mementos in honor of family members who have passed away.  Day of the Dead is a very important day for many people in Mexico and for many people born in Central and South America. … Read More