Hispanic Early Literacy

The Early Literacy Program is a free, interactive family and child program. Families learn school-readiness strategies to prepare their children for future school success.

Program Information

Families are able to help their children develop essential early literacy skills at home and gain confidence in their own ability to become active partners in their children's education. The program provides information and resources on how families can establish a positive home-school connection by:

  • Understanding the important role parents play as their child's first teachers.
  • Recognizing behavioral and academic expectations of Fairfax County Public Schools.
  • Becoming familiar with school programs and services such as interpreters, parent liaisons, health and nutrition services, library services, enrichment programs, and before and after school care.
  • Parents receive a certificate of participation upon completion of the program, as well as books and other materials.

For more information please contact Andrea Antezana (703-204-4345)

Registration Information

Registration is open for the 2024/2025 school year.

Fill out the interest form for the upcoming school year and a Program Leader will get back to you.

Class Schedule for the Fall 2024 will be posted in August.

  • This program is for Fairfax County residents only. Proof of residency will be verified on the first day of class.

Locations and Information

Coming Soon


Registration Form for the Early Literacy Program

Questions and More Information

Contact Andrea Antezana

Call 703-204-4345