I volunteered for 3 years. The most memorable was a 1st grade boy who pretended he knew how to read and he had some behavior problems. He was very smart as he would find clues from the pictures and prompting from the other reader. The “ah-ha” moment came and he became a fluid reader. I visited the school the next year and asked the 2nd grade teacher how he was doing. She said he was a great reader. I watched him as he sharpened his pencil, retrieved his assignments and finished his work full of confidence. It still brings tears to my eyes when I think of him.