ST. CROIX VALLEY READING COUNCIL

St. Croix Valley Reading Council

2019 -2020 SCVRC Programs

October 10, 2019

To register, please click this link. www.wsra.org/scvrc-oct-2019

This program is sponsored by the Wisconsin State Reading Association and the St. Croix Valley Reading Council.

Title: Simple Secrets: Ten Little Known Researched Education Practices That Change Lives  presented by Kathy Champeau

Description: Are you weighed down by questionable assessments, limitless meetings, compliant practices, grueling schedules, and an identified state achievement gap? Is finding time to reflect about one’s craft a definite luxury item? You are not alone. This presentation will focus on restoring your energy through learning about little known but easy-to-implement researched practices that result in increased student achievement, teacher professionalism, and teacher and student well-being 

Times: 

    • 4:30 p.m. Social Hour & Book Fair (The Valley Bookseller)
    • 5:15 p.m. Dinner ~ Enjoy a taco bar dinner, bars, cookies, and coffee - $20
    • 5:45 p.m. Program

SCVRC membership:

  • $10 for the 2019-2020 year 

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. 

St. Croix Valley Reading Council

President

Laura

Ulrich

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Treasurer

Kelly

Burm

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Membership

Beth

Keehr

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SCVRC

Secretary

Brenda

Steward

[email protected]

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Legislative

 

 

 

 


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 literacy

  • 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

  • Networking in the council

  • Professional learning

Members include:

  • Classroom Teachers

  • Reading Specialists/Teachers

  • Learning Disabilities/Special Education Teachers

  • Administrators

  • University Faculties/Students

  • Parents