ST. CROIX VALLEY READING COUNCIL

Who We Are

The St. Croix Valley Reading Council is a professional group of educators and parents who are committed to excellence in reading education. The Council combines the talents of a variety of people from the northwestern Wisconsin to improve reading education and participation in activities which promote literacy. SCVRC was established in 1964 and is affiliated with Wisconsin State Reading Association and the International Literacy Association. 

St. Croix Valley Reading Council

President

Laura

Ulrich

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SCVRC

Treasurer

Kelly

Burm

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SCVRC

Membership

Beth

Keehr

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SCVRC

Secretary

Brenda

Steward

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SCVRC

Legislative

 

 

 

 

2018 - 2019 Programs

Access the Fall SCVRC News HERE.

December 3, 2018

Registration:  Click HERE to register online. 

Location: Ready Randy's Restaurant, New Richmond

Presentation: Erin Soderberg Presents!
Erin Soderberg Downing has written more than fifty books for kids, tweens, and young adults. Some of her most popular titles include the middle-grade novel Moon Shadow, and three chapter book series: Disney’s Daring Dreamers Club, Puppy Pirates, and The Quirks. Erin loves creating stories that are accessible and help inspire a lifelong love of reading for fun. Before becoming an author, Erin was a children’s book editor, a cookie inventor, and also worked for Nickelodeon. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, three hilarious kids, and a mischievous pup named Wally (the star of Puppy Pirates!). More information can be found at: www.erindowning.com and www.erinsoderberg.com.

Times: 

  • 4:30 p.m. Social Hour & Book Fair (The Valley Bookseller)
  • 5:15 p.m. Dinner
  • 5:45 p.m. Presentation by Erin Soderberg

Why you should join St. Croix Valley Reading Council?

  • Outstanding programs with nationally recognized speakers/authors

  • Practical workshops/conferences

  • Current information on issues related to reading and writing

  • Opportunities to participate in the Young Author’s Conference

  • Access to excellent book fairs

  • Participation in local, state, national and international literacy projects

  • Newspaper in Education teaching materials

  • Interaction between council members

  • Professional stimulation

Members include:

  • Classroom Teachers

  • Reading Specialists/Teachers

  • Learning Disabilities/Special Education Teachers

  • Administrators

  • University Faculties/Students

  • Parents