Author Archives: Louise Bentley

Celebrate Writing 2018: “What Are Your Traditions?”

Each year Literacy Chippewa Valley students are given the opportunity to be published in a book of student writings. “What Are Your Traditions?” is the theme for this year’s book....
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Sign Up Your Team for ScrabbleBee

If you haven’t already marked your calendar and signed up your team, Literacy Chippewa Valley’s 17th Annual ScrabbleBee is only two months away on Thursday, April 19, 2018. We will...
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Literacy Chippewa Valley Closed Today

Literacy Chippewa Valley is closed today. There are no Family Literacy classes.  Area schools are closed, including Chippewa Valley Technical College, so our offices are as well. Have a safe...
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It’s up to US to Say NO to Budget Cuts for Adult Education

ProLiteracy is asking everyone to write letters supporting adult literacy in light of proposed federal budget cuts. Here is an excerpt from their website: President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal includes...
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NEHS Donates to Parents Sharing Books

The Chippewa Falls High School National English Honors Society (NEHS) came through again this holiday season for Literacy Chippewa Valley. The group donated 259 new books, which will be used...
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Susan Santee-Buenger Is Newest Instructor

The most recent addition to the Literacy Chippewa Valley staff is Susan Santee-Buenger. Susan is a 1-to-1 Adult Instructor in the Eau Claire office. As a 1-to-1 Adult Instructor, Susan...
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LCV Offices Closed for Holidays

Literacy Chippewa Valley offices will be closed Dec. 22-Jan. 1, so students, tutors and staff can spend the holidays with their families. Classes resume at Family Literacy on Jan. 2,...
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Welcome New Corrections Instructor James Jeffries

Literacy Chippewa Valley recently hired a new Corrections Instructor – James Jeffries. Jim is teaching education and vocational literacy classes at the Eau Claire County Jail, and is currently coordinating...
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Parents Sharing Books Project Featured on WEAU TV

One of Literacy Chippewa Valley’s most meaningful projects during the holiday season, Parents Sharing Books, was recently featured on WEAU TV. Weekend Anchor Amanda Tyler interviewed two inmates at the...
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