Hoosier Literacy 

Our Local Literacy League​.

Where we are

Our office is located within the Lawrenceburg Public Library, at 150 Mary St., Lawrenceburg, IN.  This is also where much of our one-on-one tutoring takes place.  


Our mailing address is

PO Box 3556, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Statement of Transparency

Our financial information is available to download in our annual report and our tax forms. If you wish to receive a hard copy of any of this information, please use the "contact" tab, and we'd be happy to honor your request!

Mission Statement

The Hoosier Hills Literacy League enhances personal growth and individual livelihood by providing literacy instruction, community outreach and supportive resources to residents of Southeastern Indiana.

     Board of Directors

                               2018-2020


President

Tisha Linzy
​JCAP Treatment Coordinator, Dearborn County Justice Center

                                                        

Vice President

Jenna Baumgartner

Ivy Tech Business Office


Secretary/Treasurer

Currently Vacant


Members At- Large

Sheila Stevenson

Christine Newman

Amy Rose

Cathy Carolus




Annual Reports


Our Commitment To Privacy

Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice promising that any identifying information you submit to us by e-mail, in paper form or by phone will be kept in the strictest confidence. Only information relevant to your learning will be shared, and then only with your tutor, who is also bound to confidentiality. You may update your information or ask questions about this privacy policy any anytime by contacting us.  Please call us at 812-584-8516 or send us an email at hhll@lpld.lib.in.us.

  • Dolly Parton's Imagination Library 

  • Adult Literacy Class

  • Volunteer Tutor Training

  • Write and Read to Reconnect - outreach to the women in the Jail Chemical Addiction Program

  • Jail Independent Study

Literacy Matters

 

The Hoosier Hills Literacy League was founded in 1984 by a group of  dedicated volunteers determined to improve the literacy rates in this community.  In 2006, the League recognized the need to hire a part time Literacy Administrator so that it could broaden its scope to include family literacy.  Volunteer tutors donate about an hour a week tutoring students of all ages. 


The low literacy levels of people in our country contribute to many problems in our communities, and our programs address this issue.

Programs