ABOUT NEBRASKA STATE READING ASSOCIATION (NSRA)

 

President- Rebecca Bartlett [email protected]
President-Elect – Karen Heafer [email protected]
Vice President – Michelle Rezek [email protected]
Secretary- Cindy Settje [email protected]
Treasurer – Kristin Ganoung [email protected]
Membership Co-Director – Linda Liebig [email protected]
Membership Co-Director Faye Doolittle [email protected]
Past President – Christina Tingwald [email protected]
ILA Coordinators- Mary Lou Benesch, Colette Sorensen [email protected]  

Scheduled Meetings for 2016-2017

JULY 9-11 ILA 2016 CONFERENCE 7 EXHIBITS, Boston
JULY 19 – SUMMER INSTITUTE, North Platte
JULY 20 – Summer Leadership, Kearney
NOV. 5 – NSRA Fall Board Meeting, Grand Island
FEB. 23-25 – NSRA Conference & Board Meeting, Kearney
APRIL 22 – NSRA Spring Board Meeting, Grand Island

Click the following link to view a list of Committees, Committee Chairs, and Committee Members

NSRA Leadership Roles for 2015-2016

Download or print a copy of the Board Meeting Minutes: Click here for April 2015 minutes Click here for February 2015 minutes   Budget and Voucher: Current budget lines click here for download Use this form to request reimbursement Expense voucher Bylaws: Click here for NSRA Bylaws  

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