Kaylah Rodriguez, 17, read her 5-month old son, Shannon Alexander Washington III, the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” from a small library that’s a part of a new city-wide effort to give children from birth to age 5 more learning opportunities.
Kaylah Rodriguez, 17, read her 5-month old son, Shannon Alexander Washington III, the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” from a small library that’s a part of a new city-wide effort to give children from birth to age 5 more learning opportunities. Tammy Lane Fayette County Public Schools
Kaylah Rodriguez, 17, read her 5-month old son, Shannon Alexander Washington III, the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” from a small library that’s a part of a new city-wide effort to give children from birth to age 5 more learning opportunities. Tammy Lane Fayette County Public Schools

Help kids learn to read while you shop for groceries? Now you can in Lexington.

September 20, 2017 05:14 PM

UPDATED September 20, 2017 06:57 PM

More Videos

  • Students explain the Academies of Lexington

    Students of Bryan Station High School explain how the Academies of Lexington program educates students relevant to their career paths at Bryan Station and well as other Fayette County public high schools.