Students at St. John’s Northwestern Academy read books, raise money for Dyslexia Center

Brother Michael Stadler, a member of the Valley of Madison Scottish Rite who teaches high school English at St. John’s Northwestern Academy in Delafield, recently presented a generous check to the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Madison.

Brother Stadler is the advisor for their Chapter of the National English Honor Society which held a read-a-thon as a fall fundraiser. They have graciously donated the funds raised during that read-a-thon for the Dyslexia Center.

Pictured above, from left: accepting the check is CDC Director Kelly Kuenzie, Brother Michael Stadler and Brother Lyle Christian, member of the Board of Governors for the Madison Center. 

The Center enrolls approximately 30 students per year into a 2-year program which helps kids who are struggling to read. The end result is a child who is fully able to read – all at absolutely no cost at all to the student of their family, as donations such as these give them the ability to not only operate, but perform miracles without charging any tuition.

Thank you, St. John’s Northwestern Academy students – and Brother Michael Stadler – for your generous support!