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This web site is home to the Newberry, Caldecott, Printz, Coretta Scott King, and other book awards given by the American Library Assocation each year.
  
Goodreads is a free social networking site for readers.  Members create bookshelves of books they have read, are reading, or plan to read, and share lists with their invited friends.
  
This web site is not meant for teachers; it is meant for students!  The futuristic layout and features like "Blogs," "Cool & New," and the monthly poll skillfully integrate the latest networking tools to create a fun, modern site about reading for today's teen readers.
  
Daily literacy activities to do throughout the year.
  
Resources for classroom teachers and parents of children in grades K-12.
  
  

 


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Kelly Burm 

Title I Coordinator/Teacher
District Reading Coordinator
Greenfield Elementary School
Room 313
715.684.3334 ext. 2313
  
 Educational Background
University of Minnesota-Duluth
2005
Bachelor of Applied Science
 
University of Wisconsin-Superior
2006

 316 Reading License

2011

Master of Science in Education-Reading

017 Reading Specialist License

 

The Title I staff also consists of Karn Camp and Tiffany Chapin.

Karn  Camp: kcamp@bwsd.k12wi.us

715.684.3334 ext. 2321

Tiffany Chapin: tchapin@bwsd.k12.wi.us

715.684.3334 ext. 2322 

 

 Reading is a university course in life; it makes us smarter by increasing our vocabulary and background knowledge of countless topics.  Reading allows us to travel to destinations that we will never experience outside of the pages of a book.  Reading is a way to find friends who have the same problems.  Through reading, we can witness all that is noble, beautiful, or horrifying about other human beings.  From a book's characters, we can learn how to conduct ourselves.  And most of all, reading is a communal act that connects you and other readers, comrades who have traveled to the same remarkable places that you have and been changed by them, too.
~Donalyn Miller~