CRWP Announces 2010 Teacher Participants

Announcing the Chippewa River Writing Project’s 2010 Invitational Summer Institute Participants

On Monday, May 10, 2010, sixteen teachers — representing both local and out-of-state elementary, middle, and high schools as well as Central Michigan and Saginaw Valley universities — will meet at CMU’s Educational Services building to kick off our second annual Chippewa River Writing Project Invitational Summer Institute. As a site of the National Writing Project, participants for the institute are selected through a competitive application process and bring a variety of classroom experiences to this second cohort of future teacher leaders.


Participants in this summer’s invitational include:

  • Amanda Bruce, Covenent House Lifeskills Center West
  • Erin Busch-Grabmeyer, St. Louis High School
  • Rose Daum, La Salle High School
  • Janis Germain, Mount Pleasant High School
  • Jeremy Hyler, Fulton Middle School
  • Delia King, Crystal Elementary
  • Jodi Mata, Central Michigan University
  • Elizabeth Miller, Oakwood Elementary
  • Kelly Murphy, Midland High School
  • Rosalyn Nedry, Mosaic School
  • Andrea Palmer, Alma High School
  • Linda Patton, Hillcrest Elementary School
  • Bridget Rise, Beaverton Middle School
  • Andrew Schoenborn, Mount Pleasant High School
  • Kayleen Schumacher, Saginaw Valley State University
  • Jill Wilson, Farwell Elementary School

Members of the CRWP Leadership Team participating in the summer institute include:

  • Elizabeth Brockman, Central Michigan University
  • Susan Steffel, Central Michigan University
  • Penny Lew, Farwell Middle School
  • Kathy Kurtze, Carson City-Crystal High School
  • Troy Hicks, Central Michigan University
  • April Sherman, Central Michigan University

Participants will meet from June 14th through July 9th at the CMU Writing Center. You can follow their work as it unfolds this summer on the CRWP wiki:


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