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Our Work

Here at RECESS Education, we truly care about the aspirations and concerns of our community. We are constantly working towards making their visions a reality through our various ongoing initiatives.


Annual Juneteenth Celebration and Reading Conference

Juneteenth, a federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, is a time for us to come together in celebration of freedom, community, and literacy. We honor this occasion by hosting our Annual Juneteenth Celebration and Reading Conference, where we unite diverse audiences in fellowship and joy.



RECESS Education offers free Saturday morning tutoring and enrichment programs at Bradenton Village to provide students and their families with the necessary support to achieve great things.

One-On-One Tutoring



RECESS Education is excited to announce the first group of authors in our "I AM AN AUTHOR PROGRAM."


This program encourages middle school students to express their creativity through writing and publishing their own books while introducing them to entrepreneurship. Students' books are available for purchase on Amazon.


This project was made possible through a grant from the Eugene F. and Elizabeth Hull Fund of the Manatee Community Foundation.


Every year, the Mahogany Anthology invites a group of Black women writers to contribute to a collection of plays, poems, short stories, songs or excerpts based on a specific theme. We provide these women with the necessary skills, consultation, and resources to continue writing after completing the program. The Mahogany Anthology provides an affordable avenue for these women to make their mark in the literary world.

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