WASHINGTON OZAUKEE READING COUNCIL

Purpose:

Washington Ozaukee Reading Council focuses on a commitment of promoting best practice in literacy for all members.  We believe we need to stay current and informed through discussions of reading and writing research.

2018-2019 WORC Officers

Washington Ozaukee Reading Council

Co-President and Secretary

Nancy

Kurten

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Co-President

Ellen

Charlier Anglim

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Social Media Coordinator

David

Bech

 

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Treasurer

Kristina

Zulick Roth

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Membership

Sally

Schmeling

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Legislative

 

 

 

 

2018-2019 Scheduled Meetings for WORC

Download the 2018-2019 image brochure with all the program and membership details. 

$15. Membership Dues for 2018-19 WORC includes registration costs for WORC meetings with appetizers

Also council reciprocity for all WSRA affiliate councils

$10. Student membership dues for 2018-19 WORC

$10. Retiree membership dues for 2018-19 WORC

 

Thursday, October 11, 2018

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Program: Using Choice to Engage and Motivate the Reader presented by WORC Sponsored Speaker, Peg Grafwallner
Location: Cedarburg Public Library

Appetizers at 5:30 (included in cost)
Meeting 5:45
Program at 6:00

 

Thursday, November 29, 2018  

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Program:  Roundtable Discussion: What practices are working, what do we need now, and where are we headed?
Location: N Seven Coffee Company, Grafton

Appetizers at 5:30 (included in cost)
Meeting 5:45
Program at 6:00

Thursday, March 7, 2019

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Program: Humanizing our Classrooms Through Humanizing Assessments presented by WSRA Sponsored Roadshow Speaker, Kathy Champeau
Location: T.J. Middle School, Port Washington

Appetizers at 5:30 (included in cost)
Meeting 5:45
Program at 6:00

Thursday, April 11, 2019

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Program: Keep the Reading Momentum Going: Supporting Children’s Literacy Growth presented by WSRA Sponsored Speaker, Michael Ford
Location: Silverbrook School, West Bend

Appetizers at 5:30 (included in cost)
Meeting 5:45
Program at 6:00

Who We Are:

  • Washington Ozaukee Reading Council is one of the Wisconsin State Reading Association Councils and serves two southeast Wisconsin counties.
  • We promote, share ideas and the enjoyment of reading and writing.
  • We meet super teachers at our council meetings.
  • We have great speakers at our council meetings.
  • We have links to WSRA, DPI, and ILA resources.

Who are Members:

  • Elementary teachers
  • Middle level teachers
  • College professors
  • Administrators
  • Reading specialists
  • Librarians
  • Retired, active reading specialists and teachers