ABOUT US 

Founded in 1968, ProJeCt of Easton is an Easton, PA based nonprofit organization with a mission of building a better community by helping people help themselves. Education is key to our mission and we offer a system of education support services to help clients break the cycle of poverty. ​

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CONTACT 

Administrative Office

320 Ferry St., Easton, PA 18042

Phone: 610-258-4361

Email: tharper@projecteaston.org

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SIZZLE!®summer camp

SIZZLE!® is a seven-week summer reading skills program for low-income, at-risk children in grades K-5 from the Easton Area School District.

 

Reading skills are fundamental to children’s success in all school subjects. SIZZLE!®, a trademarked program of ProJeCt, helps children learn to read so that they are empowered to “read to learn,” allowing them to advance in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and other subject areas. The program was created to address the “summer slide” of learning loss by providing a high-quality, developmentally-appropriate summer academic intervention.

The goal of the program is to increase or maintain reading scores. To meet this goal, SIZZLE!® provides children with evidence-based reading instruction taught by certified teachers. This instruction provides an invaluable opportunity for at-risk children to improve their reading skills and enter the next school year confidently reading at or above grade level.

Our 2019 program is from June 24-August 1 at Paxinosa Elementary School in Easton.

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Building a better community by helping people help themselves since 1968

ProJeCt focuses on creating long-term, measurable, and sustainable solutions to poverty

We rely on many volunteers who graciously donate their time, talents, and energy to our programs and events

All of our services are free of charge thanks to generous donors and community partners