Family Literacy Program


Family Literacy Program (FLP) volunteers provide free home-based tutoring to Latinx children enrolled in Dare County Schools.

Family Literacy Program (FLP)

*COVID-19 NOTE* While social distancing mandates are in place, the Family Literacy Program has put a hold on its home-based tutoring. The FLP Admin Team is working together to figure out what options may be available for families and tutors as schools begin to shift to in-person instruction. However, until new procedures can be planned out, the safety of our tutors and the families we serve continues to take precedence.**

The FLP works in close partnership with local schools, helping students with homework assignments and working to increase literacy, academic, and communication skills, ultimately giving the children a better chance of success in life.

There is a great need for tutoring in Dare County, with an ongoing list of students waiting to get tutors. No Spanish necessary; most of our students speak English. We provide training and introductions to get you started.

Interested in becoming a volunteer tutor once tutoring is able to resume? Complete the volunteer application now, found here, and return it to

Call (252) 441-0614 for more information!

Children and Youth Partnership

534 Ananias Dare Street,
(252) 441-0614