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It’s spring! Here’s the latest from CCC!

Categories: Announcements

Spring is here and it is still raining in California! It’s been keeping us inside and busy developing and planning. As you plan the rest of your school year, here are some resources we hope you find useful.

Upcoming Complimentary Webinars

We have a number of upcoming webinars to support you as the year comes to a close.

We are thrilled to announce that Scarlett Lewis will be joining us to discuss the importance of social and emotional learning in her webinar, “Choose Love,” on Wednesday, May 10.

Jennifer Serravallo will join us on Thursday, May 4 to discuss conferring with partnerships and clubs. Other upcoming webinar topics include stemming summer learning loss. See a complete list of CCC webinars and in-person events here.

Support for Being a Reader

We have helpful new videos, tools for reflection, and scope and sequence documents to support your implementation of Being a Reader. Check out these resources:

You may also be interested in our continuing Being a Reader webinar series; learn more here. You can also check out the archives of previous webinars here.

It’s Almost Summer! Are You Ready?

Summer will be here before we know it! Summer is a great time for kids to get excited and experience learning in different ways, but planning can often be at the last minute. Read more ideas for fun and inspiring summer programming here.

Reordering Consumable Materials

Now is the time to prepare for instruction for next year! Reorder your student materials for Making Meaning and Being a Writer now to be ready for fall.

Reduced Pricing for Making Meaning Grades 7 and 8

We are happy to announce that we have lowered the price of Making Meaning middle school!

Making Meaning for grades 7 and 8 provides academic lessons that effectively channels the energy of middle school students so they can discuss literature in pairs, in groups, and as a class. As they talk about texts, students learn to understand them more deeply, gaining understanding and confidence with comprehension strategies for content-area reading.

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