WINSTON SALEM FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS
Jump at the Sun is honored to partner with Shatoria Whiteside of R.E.A.D. for the roll out of Reading Routes!
Reading Routes is a curriculum developed by parents for parents with you in mind! This curriculum provides reading strategies and techniques that are centered around your learner, and provides a clear roadmap to help you assist them with building their reading skills. This curriculum benefits learners across the lifespan!
WHO WE ARE
Jump at the Sun’s Infusion Curriculum Project is a community response to support expanding our children’s understanding of what history is; that our collective story is not a single one, but one that’s made up of many untold stories.
By infusing curriculum with the experiences and words of BIPOC (Black Indigenous and People of Color), our teachers will help every student see his, her, or their “I” in our country’s many histories.
Every WS/FC school would be provided with the books, curriculum tools, and educator training to infuse a historically-appropriate and multiculturally-authentic scope of history.
every child will benefit from an educational system willing to teach every aspect of our national history.
The First Phase of Jump at the Sun is a Book Drive to purchase the books teachers need for the already developed African American Infusion Curriculum created by the WS/FCS Social Studies Department for K-12.
Your donation will help provide the necessary resources to all WS/FCS teachers so that they can teach the many histories that make up America’s past and shape its future.
You can purchase books directly from Bookmarks Wish List page or donate funds here: