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Reading Specialists Council of Suffolk, NY (RSCS)

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Reading Specialists Council of Suffolk, NY (RSCS)

Time: February 2, 2012 from 5:30pm to 7:45pm
Location: Vanderbilt School library
Street: 350 Deer Park Rd. (Rt. 231)
City/Town: Dix Hills, NY 117476
Website or Map: http://www.rscsuffolk.com or…
Phone: 631-669-5964
Event Type: professional, literacy, workshop
Organized By: Fred Seiden
Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2012

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The RSCS will host a professional workshop for K - 12 educators, "Poetry as Flashlight: How Poetry is Language that Resonates with Essential Truths," presented by Gayl Teller, Nassau County, NY Poet Laureate, 2009 - 2011, Hofstra University Faculty Member and Director, Mid-Island Y JCC Series.

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