We successfully launched our Imagination Library Literacy Project and have registered 200 children birth to 5 years old of low income families in the program!

The Imagination Library, fosters a love of reading among preschool children by providing them with a free high quality, age-appropriate book every month from birth to the age of five. The program supports early childhood literacy and a life long love of reading by creating excitement about books. The program insures that every child will have access to books, regardless of their family’s income. 


Rotarian Melissa Johnson, Superintendent Dr. Teresa Eineman and Early Childhood Development Specialist, Principal Mary Ann Chapko present updates on the program during a weekly Rotary meeting.

Crown Point Rotary Club's photo.