The Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP) is an innovative, home-based literacy and parenting program serving families challenged by poverty, low levels of education, and language barriers. The PCHP bridges the achievement gap, preparing children to enter school ready to be successful students. This is a two year program which runs from October through May. Children must be two years old (by December 1st) to participate. Funded by the Port Washington Library Foundation and the Elise and Marvin Tepper Early Literacy Project: Summer Reading Initiative. For more information about this program please contact us at (516) 883-440 ext. 150.
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Now you can keep up to date on the Parent-Child Home Program at the Port Washington Public Library through social networking by connecting with our Facebook Page. You’ll see up to date information on current PCHP visits, recommended books to read, and photos of current PCHP participants.