Growing Community through Literacy Fall Reading Conference

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2015 Fall Conference for RVRC & NRVRC Soth Salem Elem

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Registration is NOW Open for our Fall Conference

Register for the first regional fall Reading Conference hosted by New River Valley & Roanoke Valley Reading Councils. 
 
Join us for a fun-filled day of professional development featuring Kevin Flanigan, author of numerous books including Words Their Way for Struggling Readers and Vocabulary Their Way. Breakout sessions will cover a wide range in topics applicable for preschool through middle school classrooms.
Check in will begin at 8am in the main lobby. Opening remarks will start at 8:30am. The conference will conclude at 1:15pm. Light refreshments and time with local vendors will be available during two brief intermission breaks.  Conference will be held in South Salem.
Discounted tickets available for members of VSRA/RVRC.  Renew or join at www.vsra.org*
 
To register, visit the Eventbrite link:
 

International Literacy Day

The New River Valley Reading Council

Encourages you to support

International Literacy Day! 

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The Power of People: Start a Literacy Movement

What can you do? 

During the month of September, we encourage you to read stories that take place in places all around the world. Send your creative ideas and photos of how you are celebrating International Literacy Day to nrvrc13@gmail.com and we will share them on our webpage, twitter, and facebook!!!

What else can you do? 

  1. Check out the International Literacy Day space on the ILA website: http://www.literacyworldwide.org/about-us/news-events/international-literacy-day .

* Sign up for the International Literacy Day Activity Kit. You’ll receive an email link that has a downloadable PDF document with TONS of activities that are grade-appropriate.

* On the same link, there is a link for starting a “Little Free Library” in the community, the public library or in the classroom. It would be great for schools and teachers and the library to participate in an effort like this!

We can’t WAIT to see the good things happening in the New River Valley!