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March 4, 2014 > Celebrating triumph over dyslexia

Celebrating triumph over dyslexia

Submitted By Beth Mattsson-Boze

For 25 years, Stellar Academy for Dyslexics has been serving Bay Area families by unlocking the door of language. ThatÕs something to celebrate!

Join us for an elegant evening of dinner, dancing to the Juke Box Heroes, silent auction and great raffles at ÒStellar Academy for Dyslexics 25th Anniversary CelebrationÓ Friday, March 14.

Stellar Academy is a private, non-profit school that provides the dyslexic student with a nurturing learning environment tailored to their unique learning needs. The Academy serves children from 1st through 8th grade at its Newark location and offers full-day and part-day school, as well as a summer camp.

We are educators specializing in the Slingerland approach, which teaches language through all three sensory muscles simultaneously Ð Kinesthetic, Visual, and Auditory. Throughout all academic subject areas we teach students cognitive strategies and nurture their strengths in order to navigate around weaknesses. Our learning environment is aimed at increasing each studentÕs self-esteem. We enable individual students to become confident, productive members of our community.

Stellar Academy was recently recognized with a gift of $5,000 by Fremont Bank, in celebration of their 50th anniversary.

Celebrate Stellar Academy's 25th anniversary with Stellar alumni, current families, and community supporters at the Sunol Valley Golf Club. Tickets are $65 (adults only).

Stellar Academy Celebration
Friday, Mar 14
6:30 p.m. No-Host Cocktails
7:00 p.m. Dinner
Sunol Valley Golf Club
6900 Mission Rd., Sunol
(510) 797-2227
Tickets: $65

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