North Central Reading Association
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Fill out the request below! Promote Literacy in your classroom with the help of an NCRC Grant!
Join us in the great outdoors as we read a story along the walking path that meanders through Oak Park. Each stop finds us sharing more of our favorite story's and a chance to explore nature. Bring your imagination, as we stroll the trail.
5:30pm Ribbon Cutting
7:00pm Jack & Kitty Concert
In partnership with the Minot Public Library, Minot Public Schools, Adult Education Center, Ward County Public Library, North Central Reading Council, Minot Park District, and Burdick Job Corp.
Thank you to all the wonderful sponsors that are making this project and event possible
Hello Literacy Leaders!
NCRC is one of the sponsors for the May 2nd Community Family Literacy Event & Title I Fair! And we need you to help make this event spectacular!
Below are the following areas where Volunteers are needed! Please let me or Cheryl Hagar know ASAP if you are available to work a shift and which area you would like to volunteer. The shifts during the event are from 4:45-5:45, 5:45-6:45, and 6:45-7:30. We are also looking for set up and tear down volunteers before and after the event. Many hands make light work!!
Here is a quick snapshot, sent in by member Kelly Vigness, showing a family in our community enjoying our Little Free Library at Oak Park!
Hello Literacy Leaders!! We are currently looking for a passionate, innovative, creative and just plain fun person to take our Vice President position next year! Step out of your box, take a chance and become an officer in one of the greatest organizations!! Please contact Dawn Bodtke for more information!
Cindy Cook, principal at Sunnyside Elementary School is a longtime member of North Central Reading Council. Cindy is passionate about meeting the needs of all students and when it comes to literacy she has been a leader in Minot Public School District. She supports teachers by writing grants to promote literacy in the school, district, and in the Minot community. Under Cindy’s direction, Sunnyside was the first school in the district to create a large library of leveled books and use assessment results to differentiate reading instruction. Cindy worked with the Minot Area Community Foundation and North Central Reading Council to bring Little Free Libraries to several schools and parks in the Minot community. Cindy stays up to date on reading research and uses that research to offer teachers professional development that focuses on helping students both achieve academic success and gain a love for reading. It is evident that Cindy Cook truly Celebrates Literacy everyday with staff, students, and the entire community.
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