Family Literacy Program
The Weber State Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership Family Literacy Program provides low-income families in Weber County with parenting strategies and support at no cost. We help families to increase learning and engagement with their children and offer services in both English and Spanish.
The program includes:
- Free books, games and activities
- Connections to community resources such as the Treehouse Museum
- Support with helping your child to be ready for school
Must be a Weber County resident
Children must be ages 2-5
We serve low income families
Register and you will be contacted by a program coordinator in one or two days.
Your kids will benefit from higher levels of literacy and academic achievement. You’ll benefit from parenting guidance and discipline tips. Your family will benefit from greater emotional closeness and involvement in education.
Family Literacy Program Video
The Family Literacy Program is a Partnership between the Glasmann Family Literacy Endowment at Weber State University, the Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership (Head Start), the Elizabeth Stewart Treehouse Museum, Deseret Industries, The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation and Ally Bank.
Paul L. Schvaneveldt, Ph.D., CFLE
WSU Family Literacy Program Director