If you see it, together we can achieve it!!!!
We believe in education beyond the walls. Meeting them where they are and creating a fun, safe and supportive learning atmosphere that fosters creativity, self awareness & confidence in a community supportive learning space is our mission.
Here at Re-Imagine Communities, we are driven to do our part in helping improve literacy in our students. Since 2020, we have been working in collaboration with local schools, partner organizations and local governments to improve literacy and racial equality in elementary education.
We have taken part in a wide range of activities that empower students and communities to work together in the fight to improve literacy. We help create unique learning opportunities for students in marginalized neighborhoods and communities of color to help bridge the educational gap and improve literacy rates. Through our efforts, we hope to end intergenerational poverty, close the achievement gap, and reduce high school dropout rates. That to us, is Education Re-imagined....Are you ready to join us and help create real change?
"My son Kyle has been attending the monthly reading sessions since they started. He has made friends and taken a major interest in trying to read more at only 3 years old!!! Definitely one of the best experiences we have had in the area, and we cannot wait to keep going back for more......" Sherry Pelfrey
Re-Imagine Communities: Dedication and Service with Proven Impact
"As the Director of Highland Christian Academy, I am grateful for Re-Imagine's Literacy Initiative. My student's look forward to their reading events. The program helps foster a safe & fun space for students to enhance reading comprehension, reading confidence & reading fluency. The unique reading sessions help stimulate imagination, develop social skills and gain a passion for reading. Since joining the reading program, the parents have become more involved, engaged and committed to their student's reading goals. Thank you Shaunte Jemison and Re-imagine Communities for all you do for our young learners."
Ms. Rosie Johnson
Director of Highland Christian Academy of Apopka