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Southern Lakes Reading Council Programs 2019 - 2020

Meetings in September, November, January, and April will be held at Turtle Creek Elementary School located at 1235 Creek Road, Delavan, WI 

September 30, 2019

Register online: www.wsra.org/slrc-sept-2019

Location: Turtle Creek Elementary School in Delavan. 

Programs to Facilitate District-Wide Reading Engagement  presented by Brian Wilhorn

  • 5:00 p.m. Light dinner and business meeting
  • 5:30 p.m. program

November 14, 2019

Register online: www.wsra.org/slrc-nov-2019

Location: Turtle Creek Elementary School in Delavan. 

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

  • 5:00 p.m. Light dinner and business meeting
  • 5:30 p.m. program

April 28, 2020

Register online: www.wsra.org/slrc-april-2020

Location: Turtle Creek Elementary School in Delavan. 

Differentiation presented by Mike Ford

  • 5:00 p.m. Light dinner and business meeting
  • 5:30 p.m. program

Southern Lakes Reading Council Leadership Team

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Treasurer

Linda

Frankenberg

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Membership

 Joyce

 Uglow

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Secretary

Cathy

Pomaranski

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Co-President

Brenda

Scheff

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Newsletter

Joyce

Uglow

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Co-President

Jen

Brenda 

Grossen

Scheff

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  • We are dedicated to improving reading instruction and promoting literacy.

  • We enjoy networking with others who are also dedicated to excellence in literacy from Walworth, Western Racine, and Western Kenosha counties.

  • We benefit from hearing top-notch speakers who present on best practices in the field of education.

  • We believe it is important to stay current and informed.

  • We publish newsletters for our members several times each year with information on area workshops, conferences, new materials, books, and current trends or practices in teaching reading and writing.