LITERACY SEMINARS CENTER ON UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN
Article from:Sun Publications (IL) Article date:April 8, 1998More results for:jeanine nicarico Literacy
New York City principal Shelley Harwayne and some of her New Manhattan School staff members will share ways to inspire children to lead "rigorous lives" as readers and writers at a District 203 conference in September. The conference is one of two fall events sponsored by the Jeanine Nicarico Memorial Fund for Literacy, an education grant-awarding organization that commemorates Jeanine Nicarico, a fifth-grader slain in 1983.
Harwayne, author of Lasting Impressions: Weaving Literature Into the Writing Workshop, is a national keynote speaker and serves as a consultant to school districts.
The conference will be held Saturday, Sept. 26, at Naperville Central High School, 440 W. Aurora Ave. The community may register on a first-come, first-serve basis through Sept. 18 at (630) 416-6349 (Lynda Roy) or at River Woods Elementary School, 2607 River Woods Drive.
The cost is $55.
Also, a Literacy Learning in the Classroom institute, conducted by Richard C. Owen Publishers Inc., will be held Aug. 3-6.