Search Results

76 search results for honor council

  • 2012 IRA Award of Excellence and Honor Council Recipients

    2012 IRA Award of Excellence and Honor Council Recipients, with and support the programs and goals of IRA. The Honor Council program recognizes local, student and special, and the community. Below are Award of Excellence and Honor Council recipients listed alphabetically, Council status has been achieved. The Honor Council program began 30 years ago, so councils with "30 years" next to their name have achieved Honor Council status for the entirety of the program, County Reading Council Rose M. Mitchell, President Honor Council - 13 years Elmore County Reading
    June 22, 2012
  • 2013 International Reading Association Council Awards

    2013 International Reading Association Council Awards, Association Janice Weinhold, President Honor Councils Year 1 Honor Council Gila County Reading, Year 2 Honor Councils Connecticut Northwest Council, CT Sandra Potts, President Pennyrile Council, KY Janet Walker, President Year 3 Honor Councils City of Seattle Council, WA Denise Gudwin, Marlene Panebianco, President Year 4 Honor Councils Arkansas River Valley Reading Council, AR Sandra, Pinnacle Special Interest Reading Council, AR Francie Ross, President Year 5 Honor Councils
    July 11, 2013
  • IRA 2012 State and Local Council Awards

    IRA 2012 State and Local Council Awards, in the article entitled "2012 IRA Award of Excellence and Honor Council Recipients" on Reading Today, , Principal Elizabeth Scott Elementary School, Chester, VA, Joan Temple, Principal Local Council Community Service Awards First Place Jefferson County Council, Arkansas, Susan Bitely, President Second Place Moore County Council, North Carolina, Mary Ellen Skidmore, President Advocacy, Council, Mike Ellerman, Legislative Chair Louisiana Reading Association, Gerri Settoon, Legislative
    July 11, 2012
  • 2019-2020 ILA Chapter Award Winners

    Valley Reading Council – Year 31 Honor Award Recognizes local, student and special interest chapters, Association of Tennessee – 25 Years 3 Alabama Metro-Mobile Literacy Council – Year 31 Arkansas Crowley’s Ridge Reading Council – Year 8 Arkansas River Valley Reading Council - Year 10 Arkadelphia Area Reading Council – Year 19 Jefferson County Reading Council – 24 Northwest Arkansas Reading Council – Year 26 SEARK Reading Council – Year 26 Grant County Reading Council – Year 27 Three Rivers
    July 16, 2020
  • Featured Council: Kentucky Reading Association

    Featured Council: Kentucky Reading Association, . Are you especially proud of any of your council’s projects? This past year, all of the local councils received Honor Council status from the International Reading Association (IRA). Our local councils, 2012 IRA Award of Excellence and Honor Council Recipients Featured Council: West Virginia, of joining your council? Our mission is "To be a Voice for Literacy" and we have a large and organized council that supports teachers, faculty, families, and communities. Our organization supports
    July 03, 2012
  • Featured Council: Alabama Reading Association

    Featured Council: Alabama Reading Association, in the Honor Council program. 2. What are the benefits of joining your council? We have, of the Alabama Reading Association took some time to answer questions about the council's activities. 1. Are you especially proud of any of your council's projects? Yes, we are very proud of our annual Fall, future projects in store for your council? Our most exciting new project is our one day drive, Patrick Allen and Cris Tovani. 4. How does one join your council? You can join our council
    January 17, 2012
  • Featured Council: West Virginia Reading Association

    Featured Council: West Virginia Reading Association, out to people.) Parents and Reading Honor Council (Local councils are awarded this status if they complete projects/activities involving parents with reading.) WVRA Honor Presidents (This is awarded to local council presidents who have completed several projects promoting their local councils, to the following questions. 1. Are you especially proud of any of your council's projects? I'm, and our state department of education. I'm also proud of the following council projects
    November 01, 2011
  • Illinois Reading Council Honored at 2014 Council Leadership Academy

    Illinois Reading Council Honored at 2014 Council Leadership Academy, Longtime IRA member and current president of IRC, Cindy Gerwin, said to receive the award was an honor. “Literacy teachers across the state know the Illinois Reading Council (IRC) is an organization empowering teachers, and raising community engagement and public awareness,” Gerwin said. “I, .” Professional development is a high priority not only for the state council, but the local, attend the main gathering as opportunity to participate in continuing education. “The council
    September 02, 2014
  • Council and International Affiliate Convention Events

    Council and International Affiliate Convention Events, , local, student, and special interest council leaders for their accomplishments. Honor Council, Award, . Council-Focused Sessions Equip Leaders to Meet New Challenges Qena Jennings, Rayann Mitchell, and Tiffany Sears Are you new to IRA council leadership? Are you an experienced council leader looking to hone your executive vision and strategic planning skills? Are you a council member looking to grow into a future leadership role? If so, don’t miss the special council-focused programs
    April 12, 2013
  • Featured Council: Massachusetts Reading Association

    Featured Council: Massachusetts Reading Association, and events. The majority of our councils work diligently and tirelessly to gain Honor Council status, Witherall. Massachusetts Honor Council Recipients from 2010-11 (from left to right): IRA State Coordinator, council projects, including their April 2012 conference. 1. Are you especially proud of any of your council’s projects? The Massachusetts Reading Association is a dynamic, progressive, and goal, project, in which MRA, MACURE (Massachusetts Association of College and Reading Educators council
    March 06, 2012
Page: 1 of 8 Next >

Filter Results:

Content Type

Student Level

Topic