From: matthew clayson
To: Luz Escamilla, Jim Dabakis, Gene Davis, Jani Iwamoto, Karen Mayne, Wayne Harper, Deidre Henderson, Brian Shiozawa, Wayne Niederhauser, Lincoln Fillmore, Howard Stephenson, Daniel Thatcher, Mark Madsen, Al Jackson, Margaret Dayton, curt, Peter Knudson, Ann Millner, Allen Christensen, Scott Jenkins, Jerry Stevenson, Stuart Adams, Todd Weiler, Ralph Okerlund, Lyle Hillyard, Kevin Van Tassell, David Hinkins, Evan Vickers, Steve Urquhart, Scott Sandall, David Lifferth, Jack Draxler, Edward Redd, Curt Webb, Jacob Anderegg, Justin Fawson, Gage Froerer, Jeremy Peterson, Dixon Pitcher, Brad Dee, Mike Schultz, Paul Ray, Curtis Oda, Brad Wilson, Steve Handy, Stewart Barlow, Timothy D. Hawkes, Raymond Ward, Becky Edwards, Doug Sagers, Susan Duckworth, Sandra Hollins, Rebecca Houck, Joel Briscoe, Angela Romero, Mike Kennedy, Brian King, Lee Perry, Fred Cox, Sophia DiCaro, LaVar Christensen, Craig Hall, Johnny Anderson, Mark A. Wheatley, Patrice Arent, Carol Moss, Eric Hutchings, Jim Dunnigan, Lynn Hemingway, Daniel McCay, Kim Coleman, Earl Tanner, Bruce Cutler, Steve Eliason, Marie Poulson, Ken Ivory, Keven John Stratton, Robert Spendlove, Richard Cunningham, Greg Hughes, John Knotwell, Melvin Brown, Kraig Powell, Scott H. Chew, Kay Christofferson, Brian Greene, Derrin Owens, Val Peterson, Bradley Daw, Keith Grover, Jon Stanard, Dean Sanpei, Norm Thurston, Francis Gibson, Michael McKell, Marc Roberts, Merrill Nelson, Brad King, Kay Mciff, Brad Last, John Westwood, mnoel, Lowry Snow, Don Ipson,
Subject: Override veto of the K-3 Early Intervention Reading Program
Date: Mon Apr 11 14:08:45 MDT 2016

Dear UT Senators and Representatives,


I’m writing you in regards to Governor Herbert’s veto for funding the K-3 Early Intervention Reading Program.  I understand that the legislature is considering an override of this veto, and I strongly encourage you to vote in behalf of this in order to continue funding.


A lack of reading proficiency has a devastating effect on our young children.  They need to show proficiency by third grade.  Otherwise, it is very difficult for them to progress through school and become productive citizens.  Early reading software coupled with high quality teaching can ensure our students all become proficient readers, thus setting them on a trajectory for success throughout their lives.  Shall we not go on in so great a cause?


I appreciate the legislature’s interest in improving education for Utah’s children.  The K-3 Early Intervention Reading program is making a difference in our schools and I hope it can continue for years to come.  

Matthew Clayson