Welcome to Literacy Suffolk! To learn about who we are and what we do — check out this video -Gini Booth

Tutor Training Workshops:
Do you know someone who cannot read and write?! Do you know someone who cannot speak English?! If you answered YES to both questions….Become a Literacy Suffolk volunteer tutor!! Check out our workshop schedule and help make a difference in adult literacy around Suffolk County. Thank you!

Coloring in English – A Vocabulary Builder for Beginners is a coloring book for English Language Learners. It includes 400 basic, everyday vocabulary words illustrated with simple drawings for English Language Learners to color as they learn.

Promote Family Literacy and encourage your adult learner to color with their children and grandchildren!

Bravo to author, Tracy Speelman, talented member of Literacy Suffolk staff!

To print sample pages and view the Table of Contents, visit

Pictured left to right:
Kevin Verbesey, Director, SCLS; Gini Booth, Executive Director, LS; Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Jr., District #1 – Chair, NYS Assembly Committee – on Libraries and Education Technology and Dr. Al Jordan, Board President, LS
at a reception hosted by Suffolk Cooperative Library System
on Friday, February 28, 2014 for Assemblyman Thiele.
Volunteer Reports: Your volunteer report is crucial to funding the Literacy Suffolk program. Please keep track of your volunteer hours and student information. Keep the schedule on hand for reminders of due dates!

For fiscal year 2015 – 2016, please click on the following links for the report you need to fill out.

July-September 2013 ~ October-December 2013 ~ January-March 2014 ~ April-June 2014

If you experience any problems with any of the forms, let us know by calling the office or by sending a quick email to ADMIN@LiteracySuffolk.org – thank you!

An article was published in Newsday on August 6th, 2012 about Literacy on Long Island. An editorial was also published about giving the Gift of Reading. Al Jordan, Literacy Suffolk’s Board President, wrote a letter to the editor of Newsday about the article that was published. If you haven’t already read them, please do and learn about the need across Long Island.
Are you a current Literacy Suffolk Tester and need a refresher workshop? Or are you waiting for a tutor training workshop to start and still want to volunteer for us, become a tester.
Click here for details on the upcoming workshops.