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Southern Lakes Reading Council Programs 2018-2019

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

April 11, 2019

Register online: Click HERE.

Location: Turtle Creek Elementary School in Delavan. 

Mindset Matters: Empowering Young Learners Through the Power of Yet presented by Amy Sippert
Create collaborative, growth oriented learning communities. Learn to embed read alouds and mindset lessons within structure of existing reading workshops, utilizing gradual release of responsibility, continuously reflecting on purpose, relevance, and authenticity of this work. Dweck’s research as well as work of Mraz and Hertz will be discussed. Join a journey incorporating growth mindset into daily work—see how the power of “yet” produces reflective students finding joy and satisfaction in learning.

  • 5:00 p.m. Salad and Dessert Pot Luck & brief business meeting,
  • 5:30 p.m. program

Southern Lakes Reading Council

Legislative

Linda

Frankenberg

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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

Natalie

Joyce

McAvoy

Uglow

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Past President

Barb

Townsend

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Co-President

Jen

Grossen

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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.