The Southeast is in for some terrible weather over the coming hours and days. We are tracking the reports and will reach out to areas impacted by tornados and/or flooding.
READ has reached out to the Secretary of Education in the Acapulco region of Mexico following Hurricane Otis. On October 25, the hurricane made landfall as a category 5 storm causing extensive damage. As schools are beginning to re-open in the area (mid November), READ is waiting for a response to the offer of assistance to the students of Acapulco.
Please click to read a CNN article about extreme weather devastating schools and the impact on students. This is the reason READ was founded, to help students following natural disasters to get back to a sense of normalcy. More and more natural disasters are occurring and the need for READ only gets stronger. Please help READ with its mission!
The mission of Restore Education After Disasters (READ) is to provide K-12 students with a return to normalcy as soon as possible by providing prompt, skillful and cost-effective educational restoration services following a natural disaster.
Restore Education After Disasters (READ) will be an exemplary organization acclaimed for our national reputation, our innovative technique and our hometown attentiveness as we provide educational restoration services.
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