Join FVRC for our Fall Event!

No More Look up the List- Presenter Camille Blachowicz

Our special day is coming soon!

Please join us for our 2015 Fox Valley Reading Council Fall Event! Register today, and bring a friend. You may be the lucky winner of our FVRC Classroom Books Drawing!


Add to your classroom library, and be the lucky winner of a $250 gift certificate to Anderson's Bookshop! You must be an IRC member, and present at the drawing to win!


Win other raffle/door prizes, books, or a FVRC membership.


Dr. Camille Blachowicz will share important information on current evidence-based practices in vocabulary instruction. Vocabulary is so important, that the original creators of the Common Core Standards gave vocabulary its own section!

Click to register! http://regonline.com/camilleblachowicznomorelookupthelist

"No More Look up the List:" Deep Engagement for Students in Word Learning

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 9am-12pm

National Louis University-Lisle Campus 850 Warrenville Road, Lisle, IL 60532 Room145

Dr. Blachowicz will discuss current research on vocabulary instruction, and provide details for 6 basic understandings of vocabulary learning. These understandings will help teachers plan instruction, and create effective strategies for student learning. Strategies have been tested for developing word conscious learners. Integrate these techniques into your classroom instruction immediately!


Click to register! http://regonline.com/camilleblachowicznomorelookupthelist

About Us



  • The Fox Valley Reading Council, servicing Kane County, is a non-profit organization whose members are dedicated to improving literacy for learners of all ages





  • Mission


    The mission of the FVRC is to promote lifelong learning, literacy development and the love of reading through professional development, collegial collaboration and community outreach.





  • Website


    www.illinoisreadingcouncil.org/localcouncils/foxva



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Thank you to all who collected Books for Babies, including Judson University, and Mrs. Thompson of Fox Meadow Elementary in South Elgin. We appreciate your efforts.

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