TEAM MEMBERS

Misty Warren

 Hello my name is Misty Dawn Warren, I enjoy helping people. The reason I'm with Laclede Literacy and AmeriCorps is that I love seeing people rise in life to their fullest. I enjoy spending time with my family and going places. Thanks to Laclede Literacy I have moved up in my life!


Carol Barsby

Dr Carol Barsby is the Executive Director of the Literacy Council and says this is the best retirement job she could ever have. As a retired teacher, she believes in education and the ability of everyone to learn. She has taught reading at every grade level Kindergarten through 12 grade. After retirement she began training teachers in the art of teaching reading and writing. As a national presenter she trained teachers in more than 20 different states and loved the travel. When travelling became less pleasant after 9/11, she looked for ways to stay closer to home. She trained teachers in many districts in Missouri including Lebanon, Waynesville, and Camdenton. One day she saw the advertisement for the Literacy Council and since then she has been at the council sharing the pleasure of learning with all. Carol loves teaching and training tutors, but best of all is the graduation nights we have twice a year, when adults earn the high school equivalency certificate.  


Careen Barsby

My name is Careen Barsby, I own a farm in Crocker raising goats. I have a Masters Degree in Special Education and a undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. I recently started at LLC and I enjoy every moment of it. My favorite part of being a AmeriCorps member is being able to help others who want to better  themselves.                                                                             


Literacy Volunteers of America - Laclede Literacy Council


Address

539 East Elm St Suite A
Lebanon, MO, 65536, US

About us

We are a non-profit organization operating under an AmeriCorps grant, actively helping kids and adults reach new educational milestones that promote success throughout their life. These  milestones include everything from learning to read, to passing the HiSET to obtain a high school equivalency diploma.


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