Helping Students SHINE

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So much of our future as individuals and as a society, depends on education.  We take a look at SHINE (Students and Homes in Education), both a pre-K and after school program with 11 years of documented success.  

 

Resources

SHINE Website

shineafterschool.com


If you are a resident of Luzerne County and would like more information on the SHINE program, please contact: 

Mary T. Kolessar
Director 
SHINE of Luzerne County at Wilkes University
(570) 408-5578
Email:  mary.kolessar@wilkes.edu
 

 

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