Greater Bayland Literacy Council

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Please scroll down to read about the 2018-19 programs and to register for each. 

The GBLC leadership team is here to serve and collaborate with you regarding literacy! Please continue to share ways that we could improve, if you’d like to get more involved on a larger literacy scale, and if there are speakers that could help to enrich all of our learning collectively. We’ve been honored to have been your leadership team for the year.

Sincerely,

Greater Bayland Literacy Council Executive Team

Council 

Role

First Name

Last Name

Email 

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President

Terri

Schneider

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CommunicationMembership

Jocelyn

Dunks

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Membership, Communication

Chelsea

 Faase

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Treasurer

Michele

Schmidt

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Secretary

Heather

White

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Legislative

Jocelyn

Dunks

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Upcoming GBLC Events for 2018-2019

Come join us for a wonderful year of learning about literacy. We have three excellent speakers lined up.

Join GBLC for $15.

  • 1/10/19: Dr. Michel Ford: New Directions in Assessment- Humanizing our Practices Click HERE to register for Jan. 10.
  • 4/9/19: Cooperative Children's Book Center Presents: The Best Books for Children and Teens, 2019 (hosted in cooperation with Door County Reading Council

GBLC 2018-2019 service project

GBLC is pleased to be partnering with Eye Heart World and the Rose Home for our community service project this year. Eye Heart World and The Rose Home work to support and stop human trafficking. Survivors of sex trafficking experience unspeakable trauma. As a result, they require a highly specialized level of care that's rooted in best and promising practices. The Rose home, based in Green Bay, is a residential aftercare program that serves survivors ages 18-25 through a holistic, strength-based approach. Rose Home is in need of journals, pencils, pens, colored pencils and highlighters. These will be used as part of the therapy those who live at Rose Home receive. Please bring donations to our meetings.

  Who We Are

We are the Greater Bayland Reading Council

Why you should join GBRC?

  • Greater Bayland Reading Council is committed to promoting best practices in literacy instruction.
  • GBRC is a professional organization that provide opportunities to share, enjoy and grow from relationships with other teachers. We like to have FUN!
  • We offer a variety of resources and networking contacts to get what you need.
  • GBRC is affiliated with the Wisconsin State Reading Association (WSRA).